Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Spotlight on Faculty

Portrait of Dr. Nicolas Brunet

Nicolas Brunet

I am interested in the diverse knowledge systems and participatory approaches (citizen science, youth engagement, community-based monitoring, Indigenous guardians, etc.) that contribute to community-led environmental decision making in resource-based and remote communities.

Email: nicolas.brunet@uoguelph.ca

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Andrea Buchholz

The University of Guelph is known as "Canada's Food University."  It is the only place in Canada where you can study all facets of food and nutrition, including applied human nutrition, nutritional sciences, food sciences, agriculture, food security and community health, etc.

Email: abuchhol@uoguelph.ca

Portrait of Jamie Burr

Jamie Burr

Our lab mission is to help people get more from their body as a result of physical movement.

Portrait of Dr. Emily Chiang

Emily Chiang

Dr. Chiang specializes in environmental remediation, industrial waste valorization, wastewater treatment and green chemistry. 

Email: chiange@uoguelph.ca

Dr. Andrea Clark

Andrea Clark

Through our studies of chondrocyte signal transduction and osteoarthritis we hope to identify novel approaches for improved treatments of osteoarthritis that will relieve the suffering of Canadians living with osteoarthritis.

Email: alclark@uoguelph.ca

Headshot of Professor John A. Cline

John A. Cline

My research involves studying the physiology and production management of apples, cider apples, peaches, pears, and cherries. As with any agricultural crop, the industry is rapidly changing with the availability of new cultivars, rootstocks, production systems, and labour saving technology.

Studio portrait of Dr. Katie Clow

Katie Clow

My research focuses on the ecology and epidemiology of vector-borne zoonoses. I apply a One Health approach,
working collaboratively at the intersection of human, animal and environmental health.​