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Abraham, Ninan

Professor: Cell and Developmental Biology

604-822-0122

The development, maintenance and proper functioning of T- and B-cells are essential for the survival of mammals in a pathogen-ridden environment. Their absence results in inherited or acquired immunodeficiency,..

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Adamson, Martin

Professor: Evolution

604-822-3367

My research concerns evolutionary biology of parasites with particular, but not exclusive reference to nematodes, and is a marriage of ecology and phylogenetic systematics. Morphological and molecular..

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Altshuler, Douglas

Professor: Comparative Physiology

(604) 827-5361

Our research questions focus on the mechanisms of animal flight. We use approaches in visuomotor control, biomechanics, and muscle physiology.

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Angert, Amy

Associate Professor: Ecology, Evolution

604-827-3892

We investigate the evolutionary ecology of geographic distributions: What limits adaptation at the edges of species' ranges? Why do species vary dramatically in range size? How will ranges shift in response to climate change?

Auld, Vanessa

Professor: Cell and Developmental Biology

604-822-1977

My research program investigates the roles that glia play in the development and function of the nervous system. Glia are known to fulfill a number of important functions during nervous system development...

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Avilés, Leticia

Professor: Ecology, Evolution

604-822-3795

I am interested in elucidating the forces responsible the association of lower level units into higher levels of organization and the consequences of such associations on the structure and dynamics of..

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Barrett-Lennard, Lance

Adjunct Professor; Vancouver Aquarium: Ecology

604-659-3428

I am interested in the conservation of small populations, inter- and intra-specific variation in animal social systems, mechanisms of sympatric and parapatric speciation, the effects of competition and..

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Berezowsky, Craig

Senior Instructor

604-822-0967

My position is to coordinate and teach Biol 234/334 (Introductory Genetics) and Biology 335 (Molecular Genetics), as well as Biology 344 (Human Genetics).

Bole, Greg

Senior Instructor

604-822-3291 (1026 BioSci)

I am an Instructor in the Departments of Zoology and Botany and recipient of the 2007/08 Killam Teaching Award for Science Instructors. My area of interest is Evolutionary Biology.

Brauner, Colin J.

Professor: Comparative Physiology

604-822-3372

The primary goal of my research program is to investigate environmental adaptations (both mechanistic and evolutionary) in relation to gas-exchange, acid-base balance and ion regulation in fish.

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