A multitude on ongoing research projects are being conducted in the Gawryluk lab, including multiple populations, neuroimaging modalities, and neuropsychological measures.
The Gawryluk Lab is lead by PI Jodie Gawryluk. Currently, there are 5 graduate students and 2 undergraduate students conducting research projects independently and collaborative within and beyond the lab.
The Gawryluk Lab is proud to be in partnership with multiple community organizations that help inspire our research ideas and make projects possible.
We acknowledge with respects to the Lekwungen peoples on whose traditional unceded territory the University of Victoria stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. Here at the Gawryluk lab feel privileged to conduct research on this land.
Visit https://www.songheesnation.ca/ to learn more.
The Gawryluk Lab is proud to be an inclusive & safe space for individuals of diverse backgrounds and identities to learn, work, and collaborate. Regardless of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or age, we encourage all qualified and interested applicants, volunteers, students, and study participants to get involved. We stand as allies to all Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) and condemn any acts of racism on a global, institutional, and immediate workplace level.
About Our Lab
Our research in neuroimaging and neuropsychology has a common focus: to develop research-driven approaches that can be implemented clinically to better understand aging and assess neuropsychological conditions. Specifically, we use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques, including functional (fMRI) and diffusion-weighted imaging (DTI), to study the brain-behaviour relationship in patient and healthy populations.