Neuropragmatics and Emotion Lab
School of Communication Sciences & Disorders
2001 McGill College, Rm 821
Montreal (Qc) H3A 1G1
For any inquiries, please contact the lab manager, Deirdre Truesdale at pell.lab [at] gmail.com
Dr. Pell: marc.pell [at] mcgill.ca
Lab: 514 398 4400 ext. 00010
Dr. Pell: 514 398 4133
Fax: 514 398 8123
The Pell Lab is situated on the 8th floor of the HSBC building, at 2001 McGill College, in the heart of downtown Montréal. The HSBC building sits on the southeast corner of Sherbrooke St. Ouest and McGill College, across the street from the Roddick Gates, McGill's main enterance. The building can be also be accessed through 770 Sherbrooke St.
The 8th floor is the exclusive home of the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, and our research takes place in close proximity to other active research labs devoted to topics on developmental and acquired speech and language disorders.
The School may be reached by foot, car or public transit. For access by subway, take the green line metro to McGill station and exit through the McGill College exit, turn right on McGill college. For access by bus, take the #24 bus along Sherbrooke St. and get off at the corner of McGill College.
Interested in positions with our lab?
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at McGill University invites applications from highly-qualified individuals to its doctoral research training program, and to conduct Postdoctoral Research training in the School.
PhD applicants should provide evidence of appropriate scholarship at the undergraduate and/or graduate degree level in Communication Sciences and Disorders or an adjacent field (e.g., Psychology, Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Neuroscience), and must articulate a clear plan of research intent. For complete details, please go to the School’s research training description and application procedures.
Individuals who wish to conduct Postdoctoral research in association with the Pell Lab are encouraged to directly contact Dr. Marc Pell to discuss available opportunities.