In the Integrative Neuromuscular Physiology Laboratory, trainees will master numerous techniques (e.g., static and dynamic muscle testing, surface and intramuscular electromyography, transcranial magnetic stimulation, corticospinal tract stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation) to allow a comprehensive assessment of the integrity, performance and adaptability of the nervous and muscular systems. Further, the collaborative approach at UBC-O and the inclusion of the lab within the Centre for Heart, Lung & Vascular Health (http://chlvh.ok.ubc.ca/welcome.html), provides trainees with access to a broad spectrum of scientists working on various fundamental and clinical aspects of human physiology.
There are currently openings to pursue either an MSc degree in Health and Exercise Sciences or a PhD degree in Kinesiology (https://hes.ok.ubc.ca/graduate-program-overview/). To be eligible for admission in September, the College of Graduate Studies (CoGS) must have a complete application package by January 31. This includes an official copy of all transcripts (mailed directly to COGS from all post-secondary institutions) and three letters of reference (completed online). Admission is also possible in January (deadline of June 1) and, for doctoral students, in May (deadline of October 1).
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