We provide an opportunity to learn multiple experimental techniques as well as computational modeling approaches to understanding how the brain controls motor behaviour in humans.
Our lab members are curious and motivated, have a strong academic record, and intend to pursue a career in scientific research. They have experience with programming languages and are comfortable with math.
If you are interested in joining the lab, please contact Dr. Gribble by email and send:
- your cv
- your academic transcript (it doesn't have to be an official copy)
- a summary of your experience with programming languages and/or math
- a statement of interest
Send your materials by email to: paul [at] gribblelab [dot] org
Undergraduate Thesis Students
Each year we welcome undergraduate students in Psychology, Neuroscience, and/or Physiology & Pharmacology into the lab to do honours thesis projects. Several recent students who completed honours theses in the lab have gone on to pursue graduate and professional degrees.
Potential graduate students with a background in Neuroscience, Psychology, Physiology, Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or Mathematics or related fields are encouraged to enquire about joining the lab. Graduate students are typically enrolled in the Graduate Program in Neuroscience. While application deadlines for graduate studies are typically in the winter/spring, note that application deadlines for scholarships (e.g. NSERC, CIHR) are typically in the fall.
Postdoctoral Fellows are invited to enquire about joining the lab at any time.