Queen's University

Susan Boehnke PhD

Senior Scientist

Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Faculty of Health Sciences

Academic Background

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Neurophysiology (Queen’s University) 2006
PhD Neuroscience/Psychology (Dalhousie University) 2003
MSc Experimental Psychology (Dalhousie University) 1998
BA (Hons) Psychology & Biology (University of Guelph) 1995

Teaching Experience

Dr. Boehnke has extensive teaching experience at Queen’s University, having taught sessions in the courses Controversies in Neuroscience, Disorders of the Nervous System, and Current Concepts in Sensorimotor Neuroscience.  She was the Course Director and Lecturer for the Brain and Behaviour course in the Department of Psychology at Queen’s, and was also the Course Director and Lecturer for the Statistics course offered through the Behavioural Psychology program at St. Lawrence College.  Dr. Boehnke also has extensive research experience in the fields of sensory, motor and cognitive neuroscience, and is currently focusing on Alzheimer’s Disease.