Information for Students
Dalhousie University has a number of undergraduate and graduate programs for students who are interested in coming to study and do research in the laboratory. Most of the students in my lab are studying for a degree in programs offered by the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience.
At the undergraduate level, a student can choose to focus on Psychology or Neuroscience and gain research experience through the honours degree program. More information on the honours program and the requirements can be found on the Department of Psychology Programs main page.
At the graduate level, students can choose among three streams: Clinical Psychology, Experimental Psychology, or Neuroscience. More information on degree requirements and the process for admission for each of these streams can be found on the Graduate Program page.
The Psychology & Neuroscience department also houses a unique training program at the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral level that emphasizes a translational focus in Neuroscience, called RADIANT. Degree and funding opportunities in this program are listed on the RADIANT website.
Another Dalhousie program available for students who are interested in working in my research laboratory is the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program.
If you are interested in our research and would like to discuss opportunities to come and study at Dalhousie, please send Dr. Eskes your curriculum vitae, a copy of your transcripts and a description of your interests.