"Sleep, Performance, and Cognition"
There are a number of training opportunities at the Brock University Sleep Research Laboratory:
Undergraduate students may work or volunteer in the Sleep Research Laboratory (e.g., funding opportunities exist through Brock University’s Experience Works program). Students may also enrol in specialized courses such as Psyc 3P68 (Sleep and Wakefulness) and Psyc 4P63 (Human Psychophysiology). Dr. Cote supervises undergraduate thesis students in both the Psychology and Neuroscience programs.
Students may work towards MA or PhD graduate degrees within the Behavioural Neuroscience stream of graduate program in the Psychology Department.
Post-doctoral opportunities are also possible, usually with external funding (e.g., NSERC, CIHR, NIH).
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