The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education would like to congratulate this year's NSERC (USRA) Award Recipients.
The NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council) Undergraduate Student Research Awards (USRA) in Universities program is meant to nurture interests and fully develop potential for research careers in the natural sciences and engineering. USRAs are also meant to encourage graduate studies in these fields. It is an opportunity to gain research experience in an academic setting, while receiving financial support. Recipients engage in a research and development activity in the area of natural sciences or engineering, under the supervision of a McGill Faculty of Science professor. For more information about the NSERC, visit mcgill.ca/science/research/undergraduate-research/nserc.
The 2021 NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award recipients (clockwise from top left):
Fiona Howse - Supervisor: Charlotte Usselman
"Anxiety as a determinant of measures of muscle sympathetic nervous system activity"
Lauren Cederbaum - Supervisor: Dr. Julie Côté
"Sex Differences in Central and Peripheral Fatigue induced by Repeated Sprint Exercise”