Grant E. Brown
Professor
Department of Biology
Concordia University
7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, Quebec
H4B 1R6 CANADA
grant.brown@concordia.ca



Telephone: 514-848-2424, ext. 4020
Telefax: 514-848-2881
Professor (2011-present) Concordia University
Associate Professor (2004-2011) Concordia University
Assistant Professor (2001-2004) Concordia University
Assistant Professor (1997-2001) Union College, Schenectady, New York
McCain Postdoctoral Fellow (1996-1997) Mount Alison University with Dr. Jean-Guy Godin
NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow (1993-1996) University of Saskatchewan with Dr. R.J.F. Smith
PhD (1993) Memorial University of Newfoundland with Dr. J.A. Brown
BSc (1988) University of Lethbridge (Alberta)  


Graduate Students 

Dr. Chris Elvidge (Research Associate) (email)

BSc (McGill), GDip (McGill), PhD (Concordia)


Pierre Chuard (PhD Candidate) (email)

BSc (Concordia University)

Competition and the response to variable predation in Trinidadian guppies.

Michelle Leblanc (MSc Candidate) (email)

BSc (Concordia University)

Can in-situ experience compensate for hatchery-selection?: enhancing post-stocking survival of juvenile Atlantic salmon.

Brendan Joyce (MSc Candidate) (email)

BSc (Concordia University)

Ambient predation risk

Richard DiRocco (MSc Candidate) (email)

BS (Lake Superior State University)

Using chemosensory cues to signal predation risk: applications for sea lamprey control.

Ebony Demers (MSc Candidate)

BSc (Concordia)

Neophobia in Trinidadian guppies: role of predator density vs diversity 

Undergraduate Students

Laure-Anne Dubuc-Kanary (Biology 490): 

Chronic foraging stress and induced neophobia in juvenile convict cichlids.

Braeden Donaldson (Biology 490): Brain morphology as a phenotypically plastic response to predation stress.


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