Dr. Nicole Letourneau is continually seeking outstanding graduate students from nursing, pediatrics, community health sciences, psychiatry, psychology, education, interdisciplinary or other studies to work on projects in the program for their theses.
Currently planned studies awaiting a graduate include, but are not limited to the examination of:
- Attachment and mother-infant relationships
- Data from the Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition (APrON) study, Fetal Programming sub-study cohort, on mental health, parenting, and child development
- Intervention research to complete systematic reviews
- Maternal distress, neuroendocrinology and infant development
Do not hesitate to arrange an appointment with Dr. Letourneau by e-mailing: Nicole.Letourneau@ucalgary.ca or e-mailing Andrea Deane, the program manager to discuss opportunities and the research environment.
Employment opportunities for research assistants are continually becoming available. Feel free to send your complete resume, writing sample, and references to Program Manager Andrea Deane at Andrea.Deane@albertahealthservices.ca.