CNS Faculty Support Summer Medical Student Research

The Summer Research Training Program (SRTP) and Schulich Research Opportunities Program (SROP) provide support for undergraduate medical students to engage in research under the supervision of Schulich faculty members. 

CNS Faculty members have taken on supervisory roles in the following summer research projects and are proud to support the next generation of researchers.

  • Student: Barrett Gratton
  • Student: Chloe Gui
    • Supervisor: Joseph Megyesi
    • Project: Optimizing Image Guidance Techniques for the Resection of Brain Tumors
  • Student: Eric Mitchell
    • Supervisor: Elizabeth Finger
    • Project: Neuroanatomic localization of hoarding behaviours in Frontotemporal Dementias
  • Student: Nafis Hossain
    • Supervisor: Tenielle Gofton
    • Project: A MRI study of cerebral changes associated with super-refractory status epilepticus (SRSE): a volumetric analysis
  • Student: Jielin Lu
    • Co-supervisor: Sandrine de Ribaupierre
    • Project: Outcome of total cranial vaults, is there a difference between syndromic and non-syndromic cases?
  • Student: Jonathan Hu
    • Supervisor: Dr. Craig Campbell
    • Project: Exploring genetic and epigenetic profiles in pediatric neuromuscular disease
  • Student: Alexander Martin 
    • Supervisor: Dr. Robert Hammond
    • Project: Micro-RNA expression and neuronal vulnerability in ALS
  • Student: Collin Gunn
    • Supervisor: Dr. Stephen Pasternak
    • Project: Investigating the role of CD2AP in the transport of APP, APoE and LRP1 in the endosomal/lysosomal system in Alzheimer's disease