Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology
Ph.D Student, University of Ottawa
Konrad (he) is a graduate student collaborator with the INSITE lab. Konrad's thesis supervisor is Dr. John Sylvestre with whom he does research primarily in the area of housing and homelessness and is working on a thesis on sexual and romantic relationships among people who are homeless. Konrad's involvement with the INSITE lab started with a multi-study project on non-consensual condom removal, a project that is still ongoing and in its second study. Konrad has contributed to a number of projects in collaboration with other students in the lab, and with Dr. Shaughnessy including one about disproportionate responses to romantic and sexual rejection. Konrad's latest project with Dr. Shaughnessy for which we are currently recruiting participants is on the ethical use of data provided by people who belong to the trans community – a mixed-methods project that follows a participatory research design.