If so, have a look at the following questions:
If you said “yes” to all the above questions, then we might be a great home for you!
Our group is comprised of passionate individuals who are all interested in biomedical ultrasound research. Newcomers will enjoy forming strong bonds with our senior labmates. We also stress a balanced development of our skillset. While learning new technical knowledge is undoubtedly crucial, we also recognize the importance of honing our transferrable skills including critical thinking, communication, and organization.
Our group will be happy to work with excellent students who are interested in graduate-level research at the frontiers of biomedical ultrasound. We will pledge support to applicants with these attributes:
If you are interested in working with us, please submit your formal application for PhD studies to the Waterloo ECE Graduate Studies Program, and choose “Biomedical Engineering” as your area of specialization and “Alfred Yu” as your potential supervisor. Our lab will contact shortlisted applicants for an interview.
All potential applicants must procedurally apply through the Waterloo ECE Graduate Studies Program and compete for admission based on requirements set forth by the university. Admission decisions will be made by the university, with recommendation from our group.
Our lab might still support you for PhD studies if you have promising credentials and have a genuine interest in pursuing long-term research. Most likely you will have to apply for MASc admission first.
Our group will typically consider hosting candidates who are applying for (or are already holding) major scholarships, such as Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, Ontario Graduate Scholarship, or other national scholarships outside of Canada. Please inquire to discuss opportunities.
After you have submitted your application, feel free to email Alfred to prompt him about your application. If you are on our shortlist, you will hear from us shortly.