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Prospective Trainees

Undergraduate Research Team

Undergraduate students wishing to work in the All Families Lab must be reliable, conscientious, and highly motivated. Undergraduate students must dedicate between 6 to 10 hours per week and at least 12 months to the position, including summer months. Evening and weekend availability is mandatory due to the nature of our work with families. Required qualifications include a minimum 3.5 cGPA with As in psychology courses.

If you are interested in joining the lab, please email Dr. Kil. In your email, include your unofficial transcript and a CV/resume detailing your previous research experience.

Reference Letters: Dr. Kil will only provide reference letters for students who have been working in the All Families Lab for at least 1 year. No reference letters will be provided to students who have only taken classes taught by Dr. Kil

Graduate Supervision

For prospective graduate students, the deadline for September 2023  entry is now closed. The SFU departmental and faculty guidelines for graduate school applications can be found here. This page will be updated in Fall 2023 for updates on 2024 entry. 

Postdoctoral Opportunities

The All Families Lab at Simon Fraser University in BC and the Behavioural Health Lab at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, ON, is seeking applications for one postdoctoral fellow position in applied developmental science. The fellow will co-lead our ongoing project on parent factors relating to engagement in children's mental health programming in the Niagara (ON) region and also support research activities using existing large-scale datasets at both SFU and CAMH. The fellow will be affiliated with and co-funded by SFU and CAMH. Given the community-engaged nature of the project, the fellow must be willing to relocate to the Niagara Area or Greater Toronto Area for the duration of the fellowship. This position is for 12-months with possibility of renewal. Please see ad here for further details. 

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