Canada Research Chair in Genes and the Environment
Phone: 306-585-4850 or 306-585-4847(lab)
The overall objective of my research is to understand interactions between humans and wildlife and the response of animals to human-modified environments. This is a broad field of study often involving a multidisciplinary approach. Ultimately I seek to advance our knowledge of animal behaviour, ecology, and genetics in a way that facilitates conservation and management. Under this framework my research currently has four major themes:
- population and conservation genetics;
- genetic toxicology;
- wildlife and fisheries management; and
- conservation biology.
Please see my lab website for more information.