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Dr. Corey Tomczak PhD Assistant Professor

Address
Russ Kisby Physical Activity and Health Promotion Laboratory:
Integrative Cardiovascular Physiology Research Program
Williams Building
221 Cumberland Avenue North

Research Area(s)

  • Cardiovascular Physiology
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Heart Failure and Congenital Heart Disease

Academic Background

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship - Rehabilitation Medicine (University of Alberta)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Rehabilitation Medicine (University of Alberta)
  • Master of Science - Kinesiology (University of Regina)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Psychology (Luther College, University of Regina)

Current Trainees

  • Natasha Boyes MSc, PhD student 09/17 - current (Funding: NSERC)
  • Dana Lahti BSc (hons), MSc student 09/17 - current (Funding: CIHR)
  • Ramlah Iqbal MBBS, MSc student 09/18 - current
  • Shreya Singh BSc, MSc student 09/18 - current
  • Kylee Kosokowsky, undergraduate honours student 09/18 - current
  • Corey Blushke, undergraduate honours student 09/18 - current

Past Trainees

  • Natasha Boyes, MSc 09/15 - 08/17
    • CIHR funded
  • Stephanie Fusnik, MSc 09/15 - 08/17
    • 2017 Richard Rowe Award recipient
  • Nicole Rapin, BSc Honours 09/17 - 04/18
  • Dana Lahti, BSc Honours 09/16 - 04/17
  • Shayne Hayward, BSc Honours 09/16 - 04/17
  • Josie Fries, BSc Honours 9/15 - 04/16
  • Elizabeth Hogeweide MD, summer student (05/14 - 08/14, 06/15 - 08/15)

Graduate Training Opportunities

  • Future trainees will perform cardiac physiology research in healthy humans or those with chronic cardiovascular conditions. Research may be conducted in collaboration with colleagues from the Royal University Hospital (Adult or Pediatric Cardiology). Interest should be directed in approximately 1 year prior to start date to Dr. Tomczak at corey.tomczak@usask.ca with:
    1. Unofficial transcripts
    2. A brief summary of prior research experience and/or an expression of interest in pursuing graduate studies
    3. A brief summary of how pursuing training in cardiovascular physiology will advance their career
  • The successful candidate will be provided strong guidence in securing funding for their MSc or PhD program.
  • NSERC and CIHR funding applications will be generally due in November/December. Plan early!

Courses Taught

  • KIN 426.3 - Cardiovascular Exercise Pathophysiology
  • KIN 808.3 - Univariate Statistics
  • KIN 898.3 - Selected Topics in Cardiovascular Physiology: Cardiovascular Regulation