PI: Leithen K. M'Gonigle
BSc (University of Victoria)
PhD (The University of British Columbia)

Click here for Leithen's full CV.

office: Shrum Science, B8273
e-mail: lmgonigl at sfu.ca

MSc: Emma Green
Emma completed her BSc in biology at The University of British Columbia. For her Master’s she is interested in looking at pollinator ecology from a conservation and agricultural sustainability perspective. In particular, how land use management can impact pollinator communities and ecosystem services.

office: Shrum Science, B8227
e-mail: emma_green at sfu.ca

PhD: Batoule Hyjazie
Batoule is interested in learning about the large-scale distribution of pollinator communities and how they are impacted by anthropogenic activity, particularly in the form of emerging agricultural practices and new crop technologies.

e-mail: bhyjazie at mail.ubc.ca

PhD: Hanna Jackson
Hanna completed her BSc at SFU while being involved in both animal communication and bumble bee community modeling research. As a PhD student, she is now expanding her modeling work, making use of Bayesian hierarchical models to infer bumble bee population trends and their relationships to environmental conditions.

office: Shrum Science, B8227
e-mail: hmj2 at sfu.ca

PhD: Sarah Johnson
Sarah completed her BSc and MSc at the University of Calgary. For her MSc, she worked with Ralph Cartar studying the density-dependent effects of clearcut logging on wildflower reproduction in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. She was lead biologist for the pollinator conservation program with Wildlife Preservation Canada for two years, implementing hands-on recovery projects for bumble bee species at risk in Ontario and Alberta. She now looks to answer questions in bumble bee community and landscape ecology with applications to conservation and agricultural management.

office: Shrum Science, B8227
e-mail: sa_johnson at sfu.ca

PhD: Elijah Reyes
Elijah completed his BSc and MSc at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. For his MSc, he worked with Dr. Hope Klug studying social learning. He's currently interested in a range of topics including sexual conflict, sexual selection, and dispersal.

office: Shrum Science, B8227
e-mail: ereyes91.ejr at gmail.com

Lab alumni

Postdoc: Melissa Guzman
Now faculty at University of Southern California.

Postdoc: Rassim Khelifa
Now faculty at Concordia University.

Postdoc: Meredith L. Cenzer
Now a Principal Investigator at The University of Chicago.

Undergraduate (USRA): Finnerty Cunliffe

Undergraduate (USRA): Jack Hall

Undergraduate (USRA): Hutton Noth

Undergraduate (USRA): Savita Owens-Frank

Undergraduate (USRA): Rowan Rampton