The Bonier Lab
BEHAVIOUR · ECOLOGY · EVOLUTION · PHYSIOLOGY
Our research explores how organisms cope with diverse challenges like changing temperatures, disease, competition, and urbanization. We approach this aim from a number of perspectives, often investigating plastic changes in behaviour, physiology, and life history to better understand adaptations to challenges.
CURRENT RESEARCH AREAS
I am interested in recruiting motivated students who are passionate about biology, and whose background and interests line up well with our current research areas. Interested in learning more about MSc or PhD opportunities? Send me an email describing your broad research interests, along with a current cv and transcript (unofficial is ok). The next opportunities for graduate student positions in my lab will be in fall 2024. I am currently only able to recruit students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, due to high costs of international tuition.
Dr. Fran Bonier, Associate Professor
Queen's University Biology Department
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Canada
phone: +01.613.533.6000 x77024
P-G Bentz: Lake Opinicon
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