Vancouver Campus

Dr. Tim McDaniels, PhD

Dr. Tim McDaniels, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Risk management and decision making processes for environmental, technological and health hazards. Analysis of infrastructure systems in extreme events. Environmental values and valuation. Decision analysis. Risk Analysis. Forestry, fisheries and environmental resource management given climate change. Climate change and infrastructure,

Karen Needham

Karen Needham

Lecturer and Curator, Spencer Entomological Collection

Aquatic insects, biological diversity

Hugh Neary, PhD

Hugh Neary, PhD

Professor and Associate Director

Economic systems, economy

Masao Nakamura, PhD

Masao Nakamura, PhD

Professor

Economy, business

Judith Myers, PhD

Judith Myers, PhD

Professor Emerita

Insect ecology, biological control, invasive species, population cycles, insect outbreaks, population ecology, insect pests, women in science

Nicholas Coops, PhD

Nicholas Coops, PhD

Professor

Canada Research Chair in Remote Sensing (I)

Optical remote sensing, LIDAR, computer visualization, biodiversity, climate change, forest mapping, biological diversity, global warming, greenhouse effect, greenhouse gases

Madjid Mohseni, PhD, PEng

Madjid Mohseni, PhD, PEng

Professor

Scientific Director, RES’EAU Centre for Mobilizing Innovation

Water treatment, ultraviolet (UV), ozone, advanced oxidation technologies, environmental pollution control, bioenergy from waste

Prof. William Mohn, PhD

Prof. William Mohn, PhD

Professor

microbiology, microbial ecology, microbiome, bacterial catabolism, lignin degradation, lignocellulose degradation, steroid degradation, aromatic compound degradation, forest soil ecology, genomics, metagenomics, transcriptomics, metatranscriptomics, vaccine response, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bioproducts,

William C. Miller, PhD

Professor

Disabled people with respect to mobility (wheelchairs), influence of self-efficacy with respect to participation in daily activity, social activity and general quality of life especially among disabled adults and elderly, wheelchair prescription, performance and function, outcome measurement in health care

Dr. Charles Menzies

Dr. Charles Menzies

Professor

Fisheries crises, traditional ecological knowledge, local ecological knowledge, social inequality, neo-liberalism, Tsimshian, Brittany, Ireland, maritime communities, coastal communities, ethnoecology, First Nations land claims

Dr. Janis McKenna

Dr. Janis McKenna

Professor

Particle physics, subatomic physics, quarks, leptons, accelerators and their applications, science education, women in physics, women in science, solar system,

William H. New, PhD

University Killam Professor Emeritus

Canadian literature

Chris Orvig

Professor

Medicinal inorganic chemistry, coordination chemistry of biological and medical relevance, coordination chemistry of the early transition metals, the lanthanides, and the actinides, main group bioinorganic chemistry (particularly group 13), role of metal ions in Alzheimer’s Disease and other neurological dysfunctions, metal complexes as nuclear medicine imaging and therapeutic agents, and as antitumour agents, technetium and rhenium chemistry, radiopharmaceutical chemistry, vanadium compounds as anti-diabetic agents, lanthanide coordination and bioinorganic chemistry

Sharalyn Orbaugh

Professor and Graduate Advisor

Associate, IGRSJ

Modern Japanese culture (literature, film, manga, animation, kamishibai), East Asian women’s issues, anti-racist pegagogy

Joel Oger

Professor Emeritus

Multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, auto-immune diseases

Tim O’Connor, PhD

Professor

Molecular developmental neurobiology, developmental biology, neuroscience

Deborah O’Connor, PhD, RSW

Professor

Family support to frail or mentally impaired seniors, formal support services, senior citizens

Peter O’Brien

Associate Professor

Adult trauma

Prof. John O’Brian, PhD

Prof. John O’Brian, PhD

Professor Emeritus

visual art, photography, Canadian art, modern art, atomic imagery, nuclear photography, the bomb, art and violence,

Giuseppe Carenini

Associate Professor

Intelligent interfaces, decision-support systems, natural language processing, NLP, natural language generation, NLG, information visualization, user modeling, preference elicitation