Dr. Michael Gaetz,
B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor
Office: CEP A3431
Phone: 604 504-7441 local 2220,

Professional qualifications     
B.A., Psychology: Simon Fraser University
M.Sc., Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University
Ph.D., Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University
Post-doctoral Fellowship, Sports Medicine, University of British Columbia
Post-doctoral Fellowship, Psychiatry, University of British Columbia
American Board Registered Evoked Potential Technologist (R.EP.T)
Certificate in Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (CNIM) 

Teaching interests   
Anatomy and Physiology
Research Methods and Statistics
Stress and Chronic Disease
Clinical Neurophysiology

Research and other interests  
I am currently involved in the development of new procedures for the assessment and rehabilitation of mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) in athletes. Others areas of research include the investigation of autonomic nervous system dysfunction related to depression and anxiety disorders, non-linear analysis of biologic data, electroencephalography (EEG), and magnetoencephalography (MEG). I have experience as a neurophysiologist in the operating room using electrophysiologic procedures to monitor brain and spinal cord functioning during high risk surgeries.  

Community involvement  
Member of the American Society of Neurophysiologic Monitoring. Currently a reviewer for the journal Clinical Neurophysiology.  
Other activities   

I have several years of experience as a hockey and lacrosse coach in Burnaby and Maple Ridge. I have approximately 30 years experience playing competitive hockey. 

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