People

I advise undergraduate and graduate students in the Biology and Earth Sciences Departments at Carleton University.

I am funded by NSERC for 2018-2023. 

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Post-Doctoral Fellows

Dr. Howard Huynh (Post-Doctoral Fellow, Beaty Centre for Species Discovery, Canadian Museum of Nature, co-supervisor: Kamal Khidas)

Graduate Students

Incoming

TBD

Current

PhD

Matthew Brenning (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Hanika Rizo) – Stable isotopes from caribou antlers as records of ecological change

Zoe Landry (Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Ottawa, primary supervisor: Dr. Clement Bataille) – Systematics and ecology of late Pleistocene Beringian Equus

MSc

Blue Hunter-Moffatt (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Hillary Maddin) – Phylogenetics of North American Gomphotheres

Past

MSc

Zoe Landry (Biology, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Root Gorelick) – Ecological changes among 20th century Arctic mammals

Matthew Brenning (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Hillary Maddin) – Stable isotope variation within caribou antlers

Brigid Christison (Biology, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Jeff Dawson) – Niche partitioning among North American carnivorous mammals

Undergraduate Students

Incoming

TBD

Present

Logan Micucci (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Fred Gaidies)

Prieyankaa Nirmalan (Biology, University of Ottawa, co-supervisors: Dr. Howard Huynh, Dr. Emily Standen)

Romain Palmgren (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Hillary Maddin)

Past

Blue Hunter-Moffatt (Earth Sciences, Carleton University) – Speciation and extinction rates of Neogene mammals of North America

Emily Dyer (Earth Sciences, Carleton University) – Stable isotope ecology of Neogene mammals of North America

Blue Hunter-Moffatt (NSERC USRA, Earth Sciences, Carleton University) – Speciation and extinction rates of Neogene mammals of North America

Ryan Mendonca (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Hillary Maddin) – Body size dimorphism among polar bears of the Northwest Territories, Canada

Zoe Landry (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Hillary Maddin) – Ecological shifts among Yukon wolves from the Pleistocene to modern

Ashan Ayanarajan (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Tim Patterson) – Re-description of a polar bear-sized creodont from the Cypress Hills, Hemipsalodon grandis

Mat Roloson (Biology, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Root Gorelick) – Evolution of mammal functional diversity gradients in North America

Brigid Christison (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, co-supervisor: Dr. Fred Gaidies) – Niche partitioning among late Eocene carnivorous mammals of the Cypress Hills

Kim Duff (Earth Sciences, Carleton University, o-supervisor: Dr. Hillary Maddin) – Earliest Paleocene microvertebrates of Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan