Our interdisciplinary research training programs provide a unique opportunity for integrated learning. Our students develop the skills and expertise necessary to conceive and conduct innovative, independent research and to prepare for a career of lifelong scholarship.
We offer our students an enriched research training environment using cutting-edge technology, and through strong collaborative links with colleagues in a range of fields. The affiliated Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music, founded and currently directed by faculty members of the School, highlights the remarkable breadth and depth of language research at McGill University.
Our research training programs encompass the latest paradigms to study human communication and its disorders across the lifespan. This covers fundamental research on speech and language production and perception, to investigations of the effectiveness of clinical intervention.
A quick glance at the titles of recent theses demonstrates the diversity of our research topics and approaches.