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

PhD student: 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 student: 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

Postdoc: Melissa Guzman
Melissa completed her PhD at the University of British Columbia studying trophic metacommunities of aquatic invertebrates. Now she is studying how traits affect the robustness of plant-pollinator networks under land-use change.

office: Shrum Science, B9224
e-mail: laura_melissa_guzman at sfu.ca

Lab alumni

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

e-mail: mlcenzer at ucdavis.edu

Undergraduate: Finnerty Cunliffe
Finnerty is an undergraduate student in Mathematics and Computer Science at The University of Victoria. As an NSERC USRA, she used her quantitative skills to develope spatially explicit individual-based models to investigate the evolution of dispersal in heterogeneous landscapes.

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