Postdoctoral Fellows



M.Sc Candidates > Ph.D. Candidates > Posdoctoral Fellows
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CORREA-GUZMAN, Cristian
Supervisor: Irene Gregory-Eaves
Co-supervisor: Chris Solomon

Redpath Museum, 859 Sherbrooke W.
Office: 514-398-4086 ext. 00714
cristian{dot}correa{at}mail{dot}mcgill{dot}ca


Research Summary:

Ecology, evolution, conservation, biodiversity, biological invasions.
   

DE LEON, Luis
Supervisor: Andrew Hendry

Redpath Museum and STRI
Lab: 514-398-4086 ext. 00714
luis{dot}deleonreyna{at}gmail{dot}com

Research Summary:
Resrach interests focus on understanding the micro-evolutionary processes that determine adaptive diversification in natural populations.
   
   

PACCARD, Antoine
Supervisor: Rowan Barrett

Redpath Museum and Department of Biology
Office: 514-398-4086 ext. 094758
antoine{dot}paccard{at}mail{dot}mcgill{dot}ca

Research Summary:
In the face of global climate change, many species will have to adapt in order to persist in their natural environment. Characterizing the genes responsible of adaptation is highly important for understanding this evolutionary process. I am studying adaptation to temperature regime in a model system for ecology and evolution, the threespine stickleback fish. This species occurs along large latitudinal gradients and therefore faces a great range of temperature, making it an excellent model to study such adaptation. I will sample fish along both west and east coasts of North America. I will perform within and between population crosses and use cutting-edge sequencing technology in order to highlight the portion of the genome responsible for temperature adaptation.
   

RAYFIELD, Bronwyn
Supervisor: Andrew Gonzalez

Stewart Biology Building
Office: 514-398-5971 | Lab: 514-398-6414
bronwyn{dot}rayfield{at}mail{dot}mcgill{dot}ca

Research Summary:
I am an ecologist interested in how biodiversity persists in human-modified landscapes.My research focuses on relating the dynamics of ecological communities to the spatial structure of their habitat networks.
   

ROLSHAUSEN, Gregor
Supervisor: Andrew Hendry

Redpath Museum & Dept. of Biology
Office: 514-398-4086 ext 00714
gregor{dot}rolshausen{at}mail{dot}mcgill{dot}ca

Research Summary:
I am interested in microevolutionary consequences following the pollution of natural habitats. My study involves fish living in oil contaminated streams in southern Trinidad.