Adjunct Professors

NameTitle (Affiliation)Research
Dr. Ian BradburyResearch Scientist (DFO)Evolutionary ecology and dispersal of aquatic organisms (web.me.com/ibradbur)
 Dr. David CoteSenior Ecologist (Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure) 
Dr. Brian DixonAssociate Professor, Univeristy of WaterlooResearch is directed towards characterizing fish immune systems at the molecular level
Dr. Alexandra EavesSenior Scientist (Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure) 
Dr. Tony FarrellProfessor, University of British ColumbiaIntegrative and comparative animal physiology, cardiorespiratory dynamics, myocardial oxygen supply, coronary physiology and coronary pathology, blood flow regulation, salmon migratory passage, aquatic toxicology.
Dr. Michelle HaleSenior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth, UKBiological oceanographer interested in the role of microbial trophic pathways in regulating the cycling of carbon and othr climatically important elements in the World Ocean
Dr. Peter LawtonResearch Scientist (DFO) St. Andrews Biological StationInvertebrate fisheries, decapod crustaceans, predation, benthic studies, aquaculture:fisheries interaction, geospatial approaches, coastal habitat inventory, landscape ecology
Dr. Cynthia McKenzieResearch Scientist (DFO)Harmful algae and its relationship to shellfish and finfish aquaculture management, phytoplankton dynamics of the Newfoundland and Labrador cold ocean environment and phytoplankton nutritional value for bivalves and finfish larvae
Dr. Cory MorrisResearch Scientist (DFO)A genomic and telemetric approach to measure Atlantic cod population structure, and its application to Marine Protected Area effectiveness
Dr. Patrick O'ReillyResearch Scientist (DFO)Development of molecular genetic markers for investigations into climate induced selection and usage in genetic mixed stock analysis of Atlantic salmon in the Northwest Atlantic
Dr. Pierre PepinResearch Scientist (DFO)Studies into the relative influence of physical and biological processes on the dynamics of early life history stages of fish.

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