We are not currently seeking new trainees but will consider exceptional candidates.  Please contact Dr. Scott with your area of interest and a brief statement of how you might contribute to his research.  An unofficial transcript is appreciated.

Post doc Hui playing Jenga by Lake Ontario, Kayne throwing a frisbee, Kim and Sean fixing the Exoskeleton classic Kinarm, Jenga with Jordan and Kim

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Indigenization (EDII)

As members of LIMB lab, we commit to:

Promoting Diversity: We recognize the value of diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences in enriching our research endeavors. We will actively seek to include individuals from underrepresented groups in our team and collaborations.

Creating an Inclusive Environment: We will work diligently to create an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere where all members feel respected, valued, and heard. This includes acknowledging and respecting the unique needs and identities of each individual.

Ensuring Accessibility: We will strive to make our lab, research materials, and communication accessible to all, regardless of disabilities or other barriers. This includes providing accommodations when needed and making sure that our research output is disseminated in formats that are widely accessible.

Conducting Ethical Research: LIMB Lab is committed to conducting research that is ethically sound and free from bias. We will actively address any biases, inequalities, or systemic issues that may arise in our research and take steps to rectify them.

Supporting Professional Development: We will invest in the professional development of all lab members, ensuring equal opportunities for growth and advancement, and actively seek to mentor and sponsor those who have been historically underrepresented in our field.

Advocating for Change: We understand that EDII is an ongoing process, and we will advocate for EDII principles not only within our lab but also in our broader scientific community.