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Current Lab Members

Kim Cuddington (PI)

Theoretical and Population Ecology



Madison Brook

MSc candidate

Asian carp, temperature and age at first reproduction


Champ Lin

BSc honours thesis

Temperature variation and pea aphid reproduction



Jorren Meeusen

MSc candidate

Summer underbark temperatures and risks from Asian long-horned beetles


Debora Peirera

PhD candidate

Temperature variation and duckweed population growth



Sunandan Tandon

Co-op student Fall 2021

Temperature variation and ectotherm populations



Past Members


Julie Wright

BSc 2021

Best undergraduate technician for over 2 years: pea aphid reproduction under varying temperatures


Sara Claussen

BSc ongoing

Amazing co-op student Winter 2021: Microclimate temperatures in river environments


John Drake

MA 2018 (applied math)

An integral projection model for giant hogweed


Laura Bell

MSc 2015

A stress-induced flip from predation to mutualism.

Currently: Plant health technician, Canopy Growth Corporation


Wonhyo Lee

MSc 2015

Population growth and establishment of Caenorhabditis elegans in a positively autocorrelated environment



Yidan Xu

BSc honours thesis 2015

Modelling C.elegans population response to temperature fluctuations

Currently: Water User Data Management Officer, Ontario Ministry of the Environment


Zach (Tasker) Hull

Technician 2013-2014

Coding for the exact solution of birthday problem for boys and girls (and Asian Carp). 3D scanning of plant morphology.


Robert Gooding-Townsend

Undergraduate Technician 2013

Stage-structured models of C. elegans.

Currently: Science in Society editor, Science Borealis


Stephi Sobek-Swant

Postdoctoral Fellow 2010-2012

Ecological niche models of Emerald Ash Borer

Currently: Executive Director, rare Charitable Research Reserve, Cambridge, Ontario


Brad Vermunt

MSc 2011

Temperatures experienced by Emerald Ash Borer and other wood-boring Beetles in the under-bark microclimate

Currently: Screenwriter


Paula Reynolds

MSc 2011

The effects of plant gross morphology on the foraging efficiencies of generalist predators

currently: Owner/Operator Salad Days Organic Farm


Melissa Galicia

BSc Honours Thesis 2011

Currently: PhD Candidate, York University


Stephen Taerum

Technician 2008-2009

Currently: Postdoc, Department of Plant Pathology and Ecology, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, Connecticut, USA


Natalie Buchman

MS 2008 Ohio University

Influences of pea morphology and interacting factors on pea aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum)


An Army of Undergraduate Technicians