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Elevate your understanding of physiology, kinesiology or neuroscience by taking a multidisciplinary approach to your investigations. Collaborate with investigators and peers to foster a culture of research excellence at SFU.
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In an effort to keep our community of students, faculty and staff safe, we have shifted many of our teaching and community strategies in response to COVID-19. However, please note we are accepting applications for the Fall 2020/Spring 2021 terms. Please review our COVID-19 Admission FAQs for the latest answers to all your most pressing questions about what joining SFU will look like during this temporary shift towards digital education.
Meet our students
"I’m interested in neuroimaging and neurodegenerative disorders, specifically, developing new techniques for the functional imaging of white matter using MRI and anatomical MRI to track and assess Alzheimer's and age-related neurodegeneration.” — Lukas Grajauskas (MSc Alumnus, ImageTech Lab) Learn More
"My research will determine how spaceflight affects cardiovascular and postural control. Long-term bed rest simulates spaceflight, and by having participants lie in bed for two months we can study changes seen in astronauts in zero-gravity.” —Malcom Tremlay (PhD Student, Aerospace Physiology Lab) Learn More
BPK research at SFU contributes to advances in cardiovascular physiology, chronic diseases, environmental physiology, neuromechanics and neuroscience.