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Environmental & Evolutionary Physiology

My research utilizes molecular biology techniques in conjunction with physiological and metabolic studies to study the hemoglobin oxygen-affinity, energetics and evolutionary physiology of shrews and moles (and other semi-aquatic mammals), with a focus on the specializations these insectivores have evolved to cope with hypoxia/hypercapnia and temperature. Our lab is also actively spearheading several projects that are focused on elucidating the functional/structural properties and physiochemical evolution of authentic gene products resurrected from DNA sequences of extinct mammalian species (e.g. woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceros and Steller's sea cow). Funding for my research is primarily provided by grants from the NSERC Discovery and Discovery Accelerator Supplement Programs.

 


2013-2014 Courses Taught:

Anatomy of the Human Body (BIOL 1410)
Human Physiology 2 (BIOL 2420)
Environmental Physiology of Animals 1 (BIOL 3470)


Recent Lab News:

Kevin Campbell elected as President of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre (April 2014)

Anthony Signore completed his Ph.D. candidacy exam. Nice! (January 2014)

Congrats to Nadine Price for successfully defending her M.Sc. thesis (November 2013)

Kevin Campbell appointed to the Editorial Boards of Mammal Study and Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part B (November 2013)

Mike Gaudry awarded the Leon Provancher Prize for Systematic Zoology (October 2013). Well done!

Kudos to Mike Gaudry for receiving the Lane Graham Prize for the top Honours Thesis (May 2013)

Congratulations to Cameron Bauer, Mike Gaudry and Lilian Wiens for successfully defending their Honours Theses projects (April 2013)

Congratulations to Anthony Signore for his second place finish in the inaugural University of Manitoba Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition (March 2013)


CONTACT:
Biological Sciences
W465 Duff Roblin Building
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3T 2N2 Canada

Tel: (204) 474-6397
Fax: (204) 474-7588
Email: campbelkcc.umanitoba.ca
Last update July 24, 2014
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