Department of Psychology, Queen's University
62 Arch St, Kingston, Ontario, Canada  K7L 3N6
 Tel: 613.533.3276  Email: sex.lab@queensu.ca

Awards


2018


Stephanie Gauvin
Ontario Women's Health Scholars (2018-2019)
Value: $35,000 + $2000 research allowance.

Stephanie Gauvin
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology (2017-2018)
Value: $15, 000

Stephanie Gauvin
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health, Hacking the Knowledge Gap, Trainee Award for Innovative Thinking to Support LGBTQI2S Health and Wellness
Value: $25, 000

Robyn Jackowich
Young Investigator Award, Routledge Journal of Sexual Medicine (2018)
Value: $1,500

Robyn Jackowich (PI)
An investigation of genital sensitivity, lubrication, and blood flow, psychosocial, sexual, and relationship functioning in women with persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD). Scholars in Women's Sexual Health Research Grant, International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH) 2018
Value: $5,000 USD

Meghan McInnis
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health, Hacking the Knowledge Gap, Trainee Award for Innovative Thinking to Support LGBTQI2S Health and Wellness
Value: $25, 000

2017


Stephanie Gauvin
Best Data Blitz Presentation Award at the Canadian Sex Research Forum 44th annual conference

Caroline Pukall
Department of Psychology Teaching Award 2016-2017, Queen's University

Robyn Jackowich
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship (2017-2020)
Value: $50,000 per year for 3 years

Robyn Jackowich
J A Low Research Day, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Queen's University, Best Clinical Oral Presentation

Robyn Jackowich
Top 10 Best Abstract, 23rd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health, Prague, CZ

Stephanie Gauvin
Sexuality Beyond Cancer: A Multi-Methods Investigation of the Sexual Impact of Chemically-Induced Menopause in Survivors of Breast Cancer.
Value: $4000 USD

Stephanie Gauvin
Best Conceptual/Original Poster Award at the Society for Sex Therapy and Research annual conference
Awarded for the presentation: 'Let's not talk about sex baby: Examining reasons why individuals in diverse relationships do not self-disclose their sexual preferences.'

Stephanie Gauvin
R. Samuel McLaughlin Fellowship, Queen's University

2016


Caroline Pukall (PI), Gordon AS (Co-PI), Chamberlain SM, Pink LR, Holden RH (co-applicants)
A biopsychosocial investigation of persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) in women. Canadian Institutes of Health Research Project Scheme Operating Grant (2016-2019)
Value: $180,000

Caroline Pukall (PI), Stroman P, Chamberlain SM (co-PIs)
Spinal cord and brainstem imaging in women with provoked vestibulodynia. American Institute of Bisexuality (2016-2018)
Value: $25,000 USD.

Caroline Pukall (PI), Karen Blair (co-PI), and Stephanie Gauvin (co-PI)
An investigation of the relationship between partner gender and sexual, relationship, and social well-being in individuals who self-identify as bisexual. American Institute of Bisexuality (2016-2019)
Value: $20,200 USD

Stephanie Gauvin
A.Z. Arthur Book Prize in Psychology, awarded to each of the top two Master's students with the highest academic standing in clinical psychology, Queen's University

Stephanie Gauvin
Violet Head Scholarship, awarded to the female Master's student with the highest academic standing in Clinical Psychology, Queen's University

2015


Caroline Pukall
Society for Sex Therapy & Research (SSTAR) Health Professional Book Award
Human Sexuality: A Contemporary Introduction

Jackie Cappell
Honorable mention for best student talk, Canadian Sex Research Forum
Awarded for the her presentation: For New Mothers, The Relationship Matters: Relationship Characteristics and Postpartum Sexuality

Emma Dargie
Honorable Mention, Sandra J. Leiblum Student Research Award, Society for Sex Therapy & Research
Awarded for the her presentation: The Vulvar Pain Assessment Questionnaire Battery

Caroline Pukall
Department of Psychology Teaching Award 2014-2015, Queen's University

Katrina Bouchard
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship (SSHRC)
Value: $35,000 per year for 3 years

Robyn Jackowich
Ontario Women's Health Scholar Award - Master's Award
Value: $18,000 plus $1,000 research allowance

Jackie Cappell
CIHR Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship Doctoral Award
Awarded for her project "Postpartum Sexual Functioning: A Comparison of Vaginal Birth and Caesarean Section using Self-Report, Psychophysical, and Psychophysiological Measures". Value: 3-year award for $105,000

Emma Dargie
Best Poster Presentation Award, Society for Sex Therapy & Research Conference
Voter's Choice Poster Presentation Award, Society for Sex Therapy & Research Conference

Awarded for her work in developing the Vulvar Pain Assessment Questionnaire and studying self-reported pain characteristics of women with vulvodynia

Emma Dargie
Queen's University Peer Leadership Award
Awarded for her years of volunteer work at Queen's, particularly with the Peer Mentor program through Health, Counselling, and Disability Services

2014


Caroline Pukall
Canadian Sex Research Forum Outstanding Contribution Award, Canadian Sex Research Forum

Jenn Bossio
Best Empirical Poster Award, Society for Sex Therapy & Research Conference
Awarded for her poster: Bossio, J. A., & Pukall, C. F. Does neonatal circumcision impact men's penile sensitivity or sexual arousal?

Jenn Bossio
Honorable Mention, Sandra J. Leiblum Student Research Award, Society for Sex Therapy & Research
Awarded for the her paper: Bossio, J. A., Pukall, C. F., & Steele, S. (2014). A review of the current state of the male circumcision literature. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 11, 2847-2864. doi: 10.1111/jsm.12703