Dr. Doris Audet, Associate Professor (Biology)
B.Sc., University of Quebec, Chicoutimi
M.Sc., Carleton University
Ph.D., York University
Dr. Audet teaches in the areas of vertebrate biology, animal behaviour, and interdisciplinary studies. Her research areas include physiological ecology and the behaviour of bats.
Dr. Sheryl Gares, Associate Professor (Biology)
B.Sc. (High Honours) University of Saskatchewan
M.Sc. University of Saskatchewan
Ph.D. University of Alberta
Sheryl Gares teaches courses in the areas of microbiology, immunology and cell biology. Her research interests are in the area of pathogenesis and include the pathogenic mechanisms used by microbes and the development of vaccines and anti-microbial therapeutics.
Dr. Neil Haave, Associate Professor (Biology)
B.Sc. honours, University of British Columbia
Ph.D., University of British Columbia
Neil Haave teaches courses in the areas of biochemistry, cell biology, histology, and history and philosophy of biology. His research interests include development of metabolism, lipid biochemistry, and the historical and philosophical relationship between evolution, development and genetics.
Personal website: http://www.ualberta.ca/augustana/about-us/academic-staff/neil-haave
Dr. Anne McIntosh, Assistant Professor (Biology)
B.Sc. (Honours), University of British Columbia
M.Sc., Oregon State University
Ph.D., University of Alberta
Dr. McIntosh teaches in the areas of plant biology, biological diversity, and ecology. Her research focuses on recovery of forested and grassland ecosystems after both natural and anthropogenic disturbance.
Personal website: https://www.ualberta.ca/~amcintos
Dr. Tomislav Terzin, Associate Professor (Biology)
B.Sc. honours, University of Belgrade, Serbia
M.Sc. University of Western Ontario
Ph.D. University of Western Ontario
Teaching areas: genetics, developmental biology,evo-devo (evolution of development), molecular and cell biology
Research interests: evolution and development of colour patterns in invertebrates (butterflies, moths, beetles, tropical land snails, crabs, etc.)