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Congratulations to our KPE 2020–2021 NSERC & CIHR Scholarship and NSERC Research Award Recipients! KPE

Published: 28 April 2020

The Faculty of Education would like to congratulate this year's NSERC & CIHR Scholarship and NSERC Research Award Recipients from KPE

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 CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research) Canada Graduate Scholarship aims to help highly qualified students develop research skills and training associated with Health in Canada. Prospective recipients are expected to have an exceptionally high potential for future research achievement and productivity. For more information about the CIHR, visit cihr-irsc.gc.ca


The 2020–2021 NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master's recipients from McGill Kinesiology and Physical Education are (clockwise from top left):

Taylor Leger – Supervisor: Dr. David Pearsall
“Development of Wearable Sensors for Ice Hockey Goaltender Monitoring.”

Sang Hoon Yoon (Andrew) – Supervisor: Dr Julie Côté
” Sex-specific biomechanical risk factors for patellofemoral pain during exhaustive cycling exercise”

Kaveh Gaynor-Sodeifi – Supervisor: Dr. Dennis Jensen
”Association Between Muscle Mass and Exercise Physiological and Perceptual Outcomes in People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.”


The Summer 2020 NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award and 2020–2021 CIHR Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master's recipient:

Domenica Cirone – Supervisor: Dr. Charlotte Usselman
"The Effects of PCOS on Neurovascular Regulation."

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