Current Students

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Andrew Roebuck M.Sc., Physiology

My research explores stress as it relates to the cognitive deficits associated with many psychiatric disorders. Additionally, I’m investigating how rodent models with high translational capacity may be used in partnership with human studies to inform the development of mobile and digital therapies.


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Brittney Lins Ph.D Physiology

I'm interested in the effects of inflammation during pregnancy on long term behaviour outcomes in the offspring. I focus on behaviour related to psychiatric illness and cognition, and how abnormalities can be prevented or managed with pharmaceuticals.


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Gavin Scott Ph.D Physiology

I am interested in studying the neural substrates underlying multiple forms of memory, including working memory and long-term memory, through the examination of patterns of neuronal activity, protein expression, neurogenesis, and animal behaviour.


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Kayla Bannouvong B.Sc. Physiology and Pharmacology

I am interested in gaining exposure to behavioural neuroscience research as it relates to cognition and psychiatric illness.


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Max Liu B.Sc. Physiology and Pharmacology

I am interested in gaining research experience and exploring the opportunities in behavioural neuroscience.


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Michael Anderson M.Sc. Physiology

I am interested in studying the effects of immune system activation during pregnancy on the attention span of offspring


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Nimra Tahir B.Sc. Honours, Physiology and Pharmacology

I am interested in learning about the literature and techniques used in behavioural neuroscience research in relation to psychiatric illnesses.