Graduate Students

The Voice Production and Perception Laboratory and the Laboratory for Well-Being and Quality of Life in Oncology are productive research laboratories with a long history of successful graduate students. Graduate students in the Two Labs participate in innovative interdisciplinary research with student and faculty colleagues in the Faculty of Health Sciences, as well as with the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, and international collaborators with ties to the Two Labs.

Currently, five Doctoral Candidates and one Master's Cadidate work in the Two Labs on a variety of research projects. 

Doctoral Candidates

Adam M.B. Day, Rehabilitation Sciences, Year 4

Agnieszka, Dzioba, Rehabilitation Sciences, Year 4

Catherine C. Bornbaum, Rehabilitation Sciences, Year 2

Marie-Ève Caty, Health Professional Education, Year 4

Steve R. Cox, Rehabilitation Sciences, Year 1

Master's Candidates

Lindsay Sleeth, Rehabilitation Sciences, Year 2

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