Jim Roth

The Arctic Fox: an Ecosystem Engineer

Understanding the role of Predators and Their Prey
Mark Belmonte & Steve Whyard

Enhancing plant performance and protecting Canada's most important crops

Gary Anderson

Protecting Nature’s Living Fossil Lake Sturgeon

Undergraduate Programs

Discover topics in Biology, Botany, Ecology, Genetics, and Zoology

Kevin Fraser

Exploring the factors affecting the migratory patterns of songbirds

Climate change may be putting beluga whales out of their depths

Shifting prey bases affecting beluga’s oxygen stores and diving capacity

News & Events


MSc Defense Demi Gagnon

Investigating taxonomy and speciation of Quinqueserialis (Digenea:Notocotylidae) parasites with an integrative taxonomic approach

Location: 304 50 Sifton Road Winnipeg MB


Congratulations Scott Malotka

Congratulations Scott Malotka, PhD student in Biological Sciences at the University of Manitoba, who received one of four Meritorious Student Presentation awards at the 2019 American Parasitologists meeting in Rochester, Minnesota.


UM Today: Verna J. Kirkness Program encourages youth for 10th year

This week, Grade 11 students from 12 different communities in Manitoba and Saskatchewan are taking part in the Verna J. Kirkness Science and Engineering Education Program at the University of Manitoba. In partnership with the university, the Verna J. Kirkness Science and Engineering Education Foundation is hosting the program on campus for the 10th time....


Congratulations Demi Gagnon, MSc student, recipient of the 2019 Canadian Society of Zoologists A. Murray Fallis Award

Congratulations Demi Gagnon, a MSc student in the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Manitoba who received the A. Murray Fallis award for best oral presentation in the Parasitism, Immunity and Environment (PIE) section at the Canadian Society of Zoologists (CSZ), 2019 meeting in Windsor, Ontario.  

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