See below for specific postings and projects.
Please explore this site to see if your interests are a good fit with our mission and research themes. I am particularly interested in individuals who 1) have some prior research experience in the field, lab, or with quantitative modeling in ecology or conservation, 2) have participated in creating a research product (e.g. scientific publication or honours thesis), and 3) have GPA >3.6 (the typical minimum for admission in our department). You can find more information about graduate studies in Biology at the University of Alberta here. The application deadline for fall semester is Feb 1. I strongly encourage Canadian citizens and permanent residents to apply for NSERC graduate fellowships. Please use the email subject line ‘Prospective graduate student’ for supervision inquiries, and include 1) a brief note about your specific research interests related to our lab, 2) your CV/resume, and 3) unofficial copy of your transcript.
I welcome all inquiries from prospective postdocs. There are many avenues for funding postdoctoral research with our group, including NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowships, Banting Fellowships, Liber Ero Conservation Research Fellowships, and David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowships. Also see below for specific postings and projects funded through research grants to our lab.
Ecological recovery and resilience on coral reefs:
Social-ecological effects of aquatic invasive species:
Marine food webs under climate change:
(ONE AVAILABLE) Postdoctoral Positions (Marine Food Webs Under Climate Change)
Ecology and management of biological invasions: