Faculty Members

Faculty have a range of research interests, each of which relate to investigations of mechanisms of brain pathology and their influence on mental health. We commonly explore the impact of psychological and environmental stressors on the brain in order to understand how various factors that can damage the brain and/or disrupt homeostasis result in pathology.

Faculty members can supervise undergraduate honours projects as well as master’s and doctoral students.

Affiliated Faculty

Cross-appointed faculty are faculty members at Carleton University who are primarily members of other departments, but who have research interests in neuroscience. They can generally supervise (or co-supervise) undergraduate honours projects as well as master’s and doctoral students.

Adjunct Professors

Adjunct professors are associated with the Department of Neuroscience but are not employed by Carleton University. They can generally co-supervise undergraduate honours projects as well as master’s and doctoral students.

Adjunct Research Professors

Adjunct research professors are associated with the Department of Neuroscience but are not employed by Carleton University. They can generally co-supervise undergraduate honours projects as well as master’s and doctoral students.