LAST UPDATE: AUGUST 6, 2019
Thank you for your interest in our research program. Students who are interested in becoming involved in our laboratory as part of their university studies are invited to learn about the IRPCMH’s main axes of research and to email their application to Dr. Sébastien Normand.
For new students interested in the doctoral program in clinical psychology, information on UQO’s clinical program and the admission procedures are available on the university’s website in the Départements et modules section, under Département de psychoéducation et psychologie in the list of Départements et cycles supérieurs, or at the following address: http://uqo.ca/dep/psychoeducation-psychologie
In order to be considered, please provide the following documents:
- Your research interest;
- Your Curriculum Vitae, including publications and/or scientific presentations;
- Your most recent transcript (a non-official copy is acceptable);
- Two samples of your written work in French (Please include a copy of your honors thesis or any other research report, if applicable);
- A confirmation if you have submitted a scholarship application for Fall 2020;
- 3 references (names, roles, emails and phone numbers).
After analyzing the files we receive, we will contact only candidates selected for interview.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS—HONOURS THESIS
Dr. Normand typically accepts 1-2 honors students each year.
Are you looking for experience in university research? Do you want to develop your skills in preparation for graduate studies? The IRPCMH is a dynamic group of researchers and students who will be happy sharing their knowledge with you. The diversity and innovation of our current research projects will provide you with unique research experiences. Interested students can participate in various projects on a weekly basis (minimum of 10 hours per week for 2 semesters) and take part in various meetings and scientific activities at the lab. The required hours include the lab meetings and specific training. Research assistants directly administer measures to participants in the Study on the Evaluation of the ADHD 101 Program for Parents of Children Recently Diagnosed with ADHD and will therefore have a lot of direct clinical interactions with families. This international pilot study is conducted in collaboration with colleagues at the Center for Management of ADHD (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia) and at the Developmental Medicine Center (Boston Children's Hospital).
For more information or to apply, send your résumé and a brief statement of interest to Joanna Guiet, IRPCMH coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.