The WiNTER Lab is a collaborative and supportive environment made up of enthusiastic team members. As a member, you will gain translational research experience through the collection of multimodal information and the use of computational approaches (i.e., neuroimaging, robotic technology, neuropsychology, and machine learning).
The lab is currently recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to lead neuroimaging studies on cognitive dysfunction in people with epilepsy and their correlation with impairments detected with conventional and robotic-assisted neuropsychological assessment.
The lab is currently recruiting a PhD student to work on a multicentre CIHR-funded project on multimodal prediction of seizure recurrence after unprovoked first seizure to guide clinical decision-making.
Graduate student applicants will be recruited for Fall 2023.
Undergraduate students looking to complete an honours project in the lab are invited to apply for Fall 2023.
Undergraduate students interested in joining the lab as research volunteers are always welcome to apply.
If you are interested in postdoctoral, graduate, or undergraduate opportunities, please contact Dr. Winston (gavin.winston[at]queensu[dot]ca) for details. Dr. Winston supervises via the Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Translational Medicine Graduate Program in the Department of Medicine, and the Masters in Biomedical Informatics Program in the School of Computing and can accept undergraduate students from relevant programs across Queen’s.