The ecology, behaviour, development, physiology and evolution of a variety of organisms are studied in both field and laboratory settings.
|Dr. Alexa Alexander-Trusiak||
Combined effects of multiple natural and anthropogenic gradients on aquatic community assembly, diversity, and resilience
|Dr Myriam Barbeau||
Coastal marine ecology; population and community ecology; invertebrate zoology; applied ecology (ecological modelling, restoration, and aquaculture)
|Dr. Tillmann Benfey||Fish physiology and aquaculture.|
|Dr. Tony Diamond||Evolutionary ecology of birds.|
|Dr. Mike Duffy||Parasitology, Acquired Immunity, Epidemiology, Zoonotic Pathogens, Wildlife Diseases, Diagnostics Methods, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Invertebrate Zoology.|
|Graham Forbes||Conservation biology and ecosystem management|
|Dr. Tommi Linnansaari||Studies related to the movements, behaviour and survival of diadromous and resident fish and development of recovery actions and new assessment tools for large salmon rivers|
||Evolutionary ecology of plant-pollinator interactions|
|Dr. Steve Peake||Fish exercise physiology, lake sturgeon ecology and aquaculture|
|Dr. Charles Sacobie||
Fish Bioenergetics: specific dynamic action (cost of digesting food), respiratory quotient, digestibility of diets, excretion of nitrogenous wastes and microscopic anatomy of triploid salmonid digestive system
|Dr. Gary Saunders||
Evolution and traditional/molecular systematics of marine and freshwater Protista.