The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology seeks to recognize outstanding research conducted by its graduate student members. Each year, the society presents two Graduate Student Poster Awards in conjunction with the Annual General Meeting. Up to fifteen finalists at both the Master’s and Doctoral levels are invited to present their research at the Graduate Student Poster Award Session Poster session, scheduled for Thursday afternoon of the conference.

For the Graduate Student Award Terms of Reference (poster presentation), please visit this page.

2022 Winners

Ph.D. | Sinan Osman

MSc |
Philippe St-Martin

2021 Winners

Ph.D. | Jennifer Williams

MSc | Matthew Fliss

2020 Winners

Ph.D. | Mathew Debenham, University of British Columbia

MSc |
William Morley, University of Guelph

2019 Winners

Ph.D. | Justin Andrushko, University of Saskatchewan

MSc |Christopher Pignanelli, University of Guelph

2018 Winners

Ph.D. | Lauren Skelly, McMaster University

MSc | Cindy Nguyen, University of Toronto

2017 Winners

Ph.D. | Gregory Pearcey, University of Victoria

MSc | Kyla Coates, University of Calgary

2016 Winners

Ph.D. | Yao Sun, University of Victoria & David Copithorne, Western University

MSc | Reid Mitchell, University of British Columbia

2015 Winners

Ph.D. | Iain Lamb, University of Guelph

MSc | Kevin Gilmore, Western University

2014 Winners

Ph.D. | Colin Moore, Western University

MSc | Sean Duke, University of Victoria

2013 Winners

Ph.D. | Matti Allen, Western University

MSc | Jared Root-McCaig, University of Guelph

2012 Winners

Ph.D. | Chelsea Pelletier, McMaster University

MSc | Samantha Johnson, Brock University

2011 Winners

Ph.D. | Philippe Gagnon, Laval University

MSc | Val Andrew Fajardo, Brock University

2009 Winners

Ph.D. | Geofrey Power, Western University
Ph.D. | Nicholas Jendzjowsky, University of Alberta

MSc | Braden Gravelle, Western University
MSc | Katie Di Sebastiano, University of Waterloo

Last updated October 2020

Equity, Diversity,
and Inclusion Statement

The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all aspects of the Society’s business. This includes, but is not limited to, applications for membership, awards and grant review, and employment and volunteer positions. CSEP welcomes applications and participation from women, members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression. In its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, members of the Society, its committees and employees and/or any award/grant recipients are expected to uphold the same policies in their work related to the Society.