Adjunct Faculty

The purpose of our Adjunct Professor Program is to enhance the scientific expertise of the department, provide specialized supervision of graduate students, and increase cooperation in research and teaching with other departments and institutions. Adjunct Professor duties in our department primarily involve graduate student supervision, but may also involve teaching (graduate and/or undergraduate) and service.

Adjuncts may be contacted directly for more information about their research programs and graduate student opportunities. Researchers interested in obtaining adjunct status in Biological Sciences should contact the chair of the adjunct committee, Dr. Jim Roth

Pascal Badiou, Ducks Unlimited (204-231-9424, p_badiou@ducks.ca). Wetlands & aquatic ecology. Badiou website

Rene Belland, University of Alberta (780-492-0801, rene.belland@ualberta.ca). Distribution and diversity of mosses and liverworts. Belland website

Paul Blanchfield, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-984-4524, Paul.Blanchfield@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Freshwater fish ecology & behavior.

Jeff Bowman, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (705-755-1555, jeff.bowman@ontario.ca). Population & landscape ecology. Bowman website

Guanqun (Gavin) Chen, University of Alberta (780-492-3148, gc24@ualberta.ca). Plant Lipid Biotechnology. Chen website

Bill Diehl-Jones, Athabasca University (204-255-7896, wdiehljones@Athabascau.ca). Neonatal nutritional physiology.

Kira Delmore, Texas A&M University (979-900-2129, kdelmore@bio.tamu.edu). Behavioral genomics & speciation. Delmore website

Steve Ferguson, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-5057, Steve.Ferguson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Arctic marine mammal population health. Ferguson website

Sara Good, University of Winnipeg (204-786-9434, s.good@uwinnipeg.ca). Genetic analysis of genomes and populations. Good website

Maria Antonia Henriquez, Agriculture Canada (204-822-7551, MariaAntonia.Henriquez@agr.gc.ca). Molecular plant pathogen interactions. Henriquez website

Scott Higgins, IISD - Experimental Lakes Area Inc (204-958-7700 x 741, shiggins@iisd-ela.org). Freshwater ecology. Higgins website

Dan Isaak, U.S. Forest Service (208-373-4385, disaak@fs.fed.us). Native fish research, conservation, and management. Isaak website

Lisa Loseto, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-5135, Lisa.Loseto@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Arctic marine ecosystem science, marine predators & chemical biomarkers. Loseto website

Oliver Lung, National Centre for Foreign Animal Disease (204-789-2014, Oliver.Lung@inspection.gc.ca). Viral genomics.

Marianne Marcoux, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-5023, Marianne.Marcoux@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Arctic marine mammal bioacoustics & chemical biomarkers. Marcoux website

Randy Mooi, Manitoba Museum (204-988-0659, rmooi@manitobamuseum.ca). Evolution of fishes. Mooi website

Hannah Murphy, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (709-772-4925, Hannah.Murphy@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Forage fish recruitment dynamics.

Dennis Murray, Trent University (705-748-1011 x 7078, dennismurray@trentu.ca). Predator-prey relationships & population ecology. Murray website

Stephen Petersen, Assiniboine Park Zoo (204-927-6090, spetersen@assiniboinepark.ca). Molecular ecology of Arctic marine mammals. Petersen website

Michele Piercey-Normore, Memorial University of Newfoundland (709-637-7166, mpiercey-normore@grenfell.mun.ca). Lichen systematics, secondary metabolites & symbiont interactions. Piercey-Normore website

Jim Reist, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-5032, Jim.Reist@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Arctic fish ecology.

Ross Tallman, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-3362, Ross.Tallman@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Arctic fish stock assessment & integrated ecosystem research.

Cortney Watt, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-451-0087, Cortney.Watt@dfo-mpo.gc.ca). Arctic marine mammal foraging ecology.

Jen Zamon, NOAA Fisheries (503-739-1055, jen.zamon@noaa.gov). Marine predator-prey interactions & pelagic fishes. Zamon website

Upcoming Seminars

General seminar: Barret-Hamilton Memorial Lecture - Dr. Ari Friedlaender: “Seeing below the surface: using new technoogies to study foraging behavior of baleen whales around the world” — Thursday, October 25 at 7 p.m., Moot Court Robson Hall.

General seminar: Barret Hamilton Dept Lecture - Dr. Ari Friedlaender: “Under pressure: the recovery of humpback whales in the face of a rapidly changing Antarctic” — Friday, October 26 at 3 p.m., 207 Buller.

General seminar: Crackerjack Seminar — Friday, November 2 at 3 p.m., 207 Buller.

General seminar: Dr. Iain McGaw — Friday, November 9 at 3 p.m., 207 Buller.