The Semeniuk Lab recognizes that diversity is critical to achieving personal, academic, and research excellence that fosters leadership and societal change. Please click on the PDF link to read the Lab’s Guiding Principles to see whether you would like to become a member of our lab and participate in upholding these values. Semeniuk Laboratory Guiding Principles September 2020

Our lab is very active with a variety of different research topics and techniques for setting up new experiments, data collection, data analysis, statistical analyses, literature reviews, and data management. Our grad students often work closely with undergraduate volunteers and work study students as they work through different stages of their projects. Long-term volunteers and honor’s thesis students (420s) are often paired with a graduate student for support, and work on a side project that fits in to a larger, broad-scale work.

We are currently seeking Master’s and PhD students. Please contact Dr. Christina Semeniuk via email (semeniuk@uwindsor.ca) if you are interested in joining the lab as a volunteer, work study, honor’s thesis, graduate or post-graduate student. Please indicate your research interests and include a CV or resume.