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

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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We got away from this stuff during the COVID lockdown and it's continued aftermath but we're going to give it another go. :)

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