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Graduate students

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.

Attention: COVID-19 updates

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.

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Prospective students

The BPK Department offers MSc and PhD degrees, revolving around five research themes: cardiovascular physiology, chronic diseases, neuromechanics, environmental physiology and neuroscience. Choose to focus your graduate studies on the following programs: Translational and Integrative Neuroscience Graduate Specialization (TRAIN) or Interdisciplinary Oncology Graduate Specialization (IOGS).

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Current students

Find information on research assistantships, teaching assistantships, graduate research fellowships, Travel and Minor Research Awards, courses, academic honesty and other resources.

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Featured research

BPK research at SFU contributes to advances in cardiovascular physiology, chronic diseases, environmental physiology, neuromechanics and neuroscience.

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Connect with faculty members and staff—find us on SFU’s Burnaby campus within the Shrum K Science Centre.

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