Contacting a Faculty Supervisor
Applicants must identify a supervisor before submitting their application. The supervisor must confirm that they are willing to supervise the applicant. No applicants are offered formal admission until a faculty supervisor has been confirmed.
The following is a list of faculty members currently involved with the program:
Cyr Couturier - Aquaculture Program Chair 1996 to present. Marine invertebrate culture systems; bivalve aquaculture; reproductive physiology of marine invertebrates; aquaculture interactions
Dounia Hamoutene - finfish aquaculture, aquatic animal health, salmon farmed-wild interactions, environmental effect of aquaculture
Annie Mercier - Rearing and maintenance of marine invertebrates, Tropical and cold-water species, Reproductive biology, Larval cultures, Echinoderms, Conservation, International perspective
Harry Murray - environmental stress, innate immunity, digestion, gene expression, molecular biology, gill, gastrointestinal system, nutrition, blue mussel, winter flounder, Atlantic halibut, cod, haddock
Hélène Volkoff - fish, aquaculture, feeding, appetite, growth, reproduction, endocrine regulation, hormone, neuropeptides, gene expression, cloning, injections, feeding behavior, spawning behavior