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Cheryl Bartlett, CM, is a Professor Emerita at Cape Breton University and Director of the Institute for Integrative Science & Health. She held the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Integrative Science from October 2002 until her retirement in December 2012; she was also Professor of Biology until retiring. Dr. Bartlett received her PhD from More »
Rod G. Beresford is an Assistant Professor, Integrative Science, at Cape Breton University. Rod obtained his MSc in Pathology from Dalhousie University and is currently enrolled in a PhD program focusing on the MSX (Multinucleated Spheroid X) oyster parasite that was found in the Bras d'Or Lakes in 2003.
Chantelle Cormier is a Senior Lab Instructor of Biology and Integrative Science. She received her BSc from Cape Breton University and is currently enrolled in a MSc program at Saint Mary's University. Her research focuses on carrion insect ecology and the application of this knowledge to forensic investigations.
Denise Forgeron is a Senior Laboratory Instructor of Biology. She received her BSc from St. Francis Xavier, her BEd from Saint Mary's University, her BA from Cape Breton University (formerly UCCB) and her MEd from Memorial University Newfoundland.
Dr. Barb Glassey teaches Cell and Molecular Biology, Ornithology and Behavioural Ecology. Her research focuses on the interaction between thermal physiology and behaviour to assess how nestling birds cope with immediate and long-term weather variability, and to answer questions about intra-brood competition and evolutionary trade-offs made by parent birds and offspring.
Cyndie Glogoski is Laboratory Instructor within the Biology Department. She received her BA and BSc from Cape Breton University, and her MSc from Lakehead University
Dr. Bruce Hatcher is a marine ecologist interested in the dynamics of marine ecosystems. He holds the University Chair in Marine Ecosystem Research, and is Director of the Bras d'Or Institute. His research is supported by grants from the CFI, NSERC, government and industry partners. He teaches Biol 4501: Theoretical Ecology, and supervises student research More »
Dr. Martha Jones teaches Introductory Biology, Animal Behaviour and Ichthyology. Her main research projects focus on the effects of environmental stress on the distribution, growth and survivorship of aquatic animals, and the impacts of invasive alien species on native species (www.ProjectUFO.ca). She recently served on the Biodiversity Panel of Experts for the Nova Scotia Natural More »
Kathy is a Senior Lab Instructor of Biology. She received her BSc from Dalhousie University, her BEd from Mount Saint Vincent University, and her MSc from Dalhousie University/Nova Scotia Agricultural College.
Dr. David McCorquodale is a Professor of Biology and Dean of Science & Technology. Dr. McCorquodale is an entomologist with degrees from Guelph, Alberta and Australian National Universities. He teaches a core course in environmental biology plus entomology and natural history of Cape Breton. Dr. McCorquodale studies the distribution of beetles, species at risk and More »