We are a team of biologists who integrate ‘eco-evo-gen’ (ecology, evolution and genetics) towards more effective conservation and management of natural populations and species, with an emphasis on fishes. By bridging these disciplines, we hope to shed light on how eco-evo-gen mediates population diversification, productivity, persistence and responses to environmental change. These pages highlight what we do, where we do it and who we are. Please contact us if you have any questions about our research.
Contact Information for the Principal Investigator
Dr. Dylan J. Fraser
Associate Professor and Concordia University Research Chair
in Population Biodiversity and Conservation
Department of Biology
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H4B 1R6
Tel: (514) 848-2424, ex. 8729
Fax: (514) 848-2881
Email: dylan.fraser ‘at’ concordia.ca
- 2014-present Associate Professor (Biology), Concordia U.
- 2009-present Adjunct Professor (Biology), Dalhousie U.
- 2009-2014 Assistant Professor (Biology), Concordia U.
Scientific Committees, Editorships
- 2014-2016 Associate Editor for Evolutionary Applications
- 2012-present Advisory Board for Evolutionary Applications
- 2009-2013 Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
- 2008-present Member, Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) Freshwater Fishes Specialist Committee
- 2012-present Member, Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science
- 2012-present Member, Loyola Sustainability Research Centre
- 2011-present Member, Groupe Interuniversitaire de Recherche en Limnologie (GRIL)
- 2005-09 Post-doc, Dalhousie University (Conservation biology)
- 2000-05 PhD, Université Laval (Evolutionary biology)
- 1996-00 BSc, University of Guelph (Fisheries biology)