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We've had a big influx of new people across the last two semesters! Welcome to Jason, Alyssa, Kiersten, Vicky, Natalie, Sarah, Madi, and Devon

Updated: May 19

The whale, bear, macrogenetic take over of our group's research subjects continues...


Big welcomes go out to:

  • Madison Sherritt is a PhD candidate working on population demography of bowhead whales in the Canadian Arctic. She is co-supervised by Steve Ferguson at Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

  • Sara O'Doherty is an MSc student Madison is working on population demography of bowhead whales in the Canadian Arctic. She is co-supervised by Cory Matthews at Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

  • Kiersten King is a PhD candidate working on understanding the life history of polar bears. She is co-supervised by Evan Richardson at Environment and Climate Change Canada

  • Alyssa Goertz is an honours student working to test macrogenetic predictors of adaptive potential

  • Jason Tepker is a PhD candidate working on habitat modelling of belugas and narwhals in the Canadian Arctic. He is co-supervised by Cortney Watt at Fisheries and Oceans Canada

  • Vicky Belly is an MSc student working to use macrogenetics to examine genetic diversity in protected areas

  • Natalie Vachon is an MSc student working on questions about foodwebs in southeastern Hudson Bay to improve our understanding of the Arctic ecosystem. She is co-supervised by Dave Yurkowski at Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

  • Devon Bath is an MSc student using macrogenetic approaches to answer questions about the effects of fragmentation on genetic diversity.



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