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Last Updated: November 20, 2019

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Seeking Research Participants

Are you looking for research participants? We can help you advertise your SFU research ethics-approved research. Please note that only research meeting the criteria below may be featured on our weekly round-up. Complete the form now.

Updated prior to September 21, 2019

Detection of anxiety using non-invasive biosignals

Seeking healthy participants undergoing classes at the Surrey campus. 

If you are interested in taking part in this study, please contact Dr Mohamed Elgendi in the Menrva Research Group by email at or 604-600-4139 for more details.

Stopping Involvement in Crime

Seeking participants who have been convicted of at least one criminal offense before age 19, and have stopped offending for at least 2 years. Eligible participants must be 19 years or older and live in the Lower Mainland. Accepting participants until December 2019.

Want to participate in this research? Contact Aisha Christiansen (nee Bhanwer) at

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Updated prior to November 20, 2019

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Updated prior to May 10, 2019

SFU's Student Experience Initiative
The Student Experience Initiative (SEI) aims to enhance the experience of students by developing high-impact opportunities for engagement with the SFU community. Learn about the various ways you can participate.

Beyond citations: from academia to the workplace
The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) invites graduate students to submit an executive summary of their research to be published on the CCDI website. Research could include a thesis, a chapter, a report, or any other previous publications. Successful applicants will be awarded a one-year CCDI individual practitioner subscription (value: $199).


SFU’s Ethics Database accepts new applications, amendments and renewals if you are conducting research involving human participants.

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