Mount Allison Sexual Health

Research Lab

49 York St Sackville, NB, E4L 1A6

Call (506)364-2649 or Call/Text (506)962-0486

Welcome to the Mount Allison Sexual Health Research Lab! Established in 2010 by Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton, the MASHLab is located in the Crabtree building (room G61) on the Mount Allison University Campus in Sackville, NB. Our goal is to examine the relationships between environmental, hormonal and psychological factors on sexual health and sexual functioning.

If you would like to participate in one of our current studies or you have interest in our research, please feel free to contact the laboratory by phone or email.
All calls and e-mails are strictly confidential.

Come join us for Dr. Hamilton's talk next week!


All members of the Mount Allison & Sackville communities are welcome!

Thursday, January 15, 2015 2:30 p.m.—4:00 p.m. Ralph Pickard Bell Library Theatre

“Understanding monogamy: challenging assumptions with data” 
Humans are a social species, and as such, our relationships are of central importance to our lives. Whether or not   humans are a monogamous species is debated both within the academic literature and in popular culture. This         argument assumes that all humans are the same but, as with most traits, there is likely variability in individual levels of monogamy. Join Lisa Dawn as she explores her SSHRC funded research into the "monogamy spectrum."