Office of Post-Doctoral Training

Office of POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING

OFFICE OF

Post-Doctoral Training

School of Graduate Studies

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Post-Doctoral Research at Queen's

With approximately 200 post-doctoral fellows and a dynamic graduate community, Queen’s University trains many research leaders of the future. Creativity, discoveries, and innovations have made Queen's one of Canada’s leading research-intensive universities and post-doctoral fellows play an important role in this vibrant community.


Dr. Nicolle DomnikDr. Nicolle Domnik
Medicine
Helping people breathe
Dr. Dunham-SnaryDr. Kimberly Dunham-Snary
Medicine
Mitochondrial biology and pathology
Dr. Scott ThompsonDr. Scott Thompson
Surveillance Studies
Banting Fellow studies surveillance and stereotypes
Dr. Abdi GhaffariDr. Abdi Ghaffari
Cancer Research Centre
Studying the response of tumour cells to therapy
Dr.Michelle NorthDr. Michelle North
Biomedical & Molecular Sciences
Research at Harvard
Dr. Kevser Aktas 3MT presentationDr. Kevser Aktas
Mathematics
Applicable mathematics
Tyler CluffBanting Fellow Dr. Tyler Cluff
Neuroscience
The Flexible Brain
Valerie MichaelsonDr. Valerie Michaelson
Religion/Public Health
Constructing a Child-centered Model of Health
Sieun AnDr. Sieun An
Psychology
The Cultural Aspects of Emotion
Holopedium CapsuleDr. Adam Jeziorski
Biology
'Aquatic osteoporosis' jellifying lakes
Brian Lynch and Mars RoverDr. Brian Lynch
Mining Engineering
Ready to rove on Mars
Jason Gallivan and Randy FlanaganDr. Jason Gallivan
Neuroscience
A weighty discovery
Alexander DececchiDr. Alexander Dececchi
Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering
How flight evolved