Nathan R. Lovejoy
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Toronto Scarborough
1265 Military Trail
Toronto, ON, M1C 1A4
Office Ph: (416) 208-4823
Lab Ph: (416) 287-7372
FAX: (416) 287-7642
PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS2005 pres. Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Toronto at Scarborough; Graduate Faculty, Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Toronto
2001 2005 Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, University of Manitoba.
1999 2001 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley.
EDUCATIONCornell University Ph.D., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Advisors: A.R. McCune and R.G. Harrison. 1999.
University of Toronto M.Sc., Zoology. Advisor: R. Winterbottom. 1993.
University of Toronto B.Sc., Biology and Anthropology. 1991.
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SELECTED GRANTS AND AWARDS2005 2010 NSERC Discovery Grant, Molecular systematics, biogeography, and the evolution of fishes ($170,000; 34k/year)
2005 2007 Great Lakes Fishery Commission Research Grant, Conservation genetics of deepwater sculpin in the Great Lakes ($30,000)
2001 2005 NSERC Research Grant, Molecular Systematics, Biogeography, and the Evolution of Fishes ($136,000; 34k/year)
2001 2004 Canada Foundation for Innovation Grant, Establishment of a Laboratory for Molecular Systematic Analysis of Biodiversity ($307,000)
2003 University of Manitoba Research Grant, Molecular systematics of New World anchovies ($7500)
2002 University of Manitoba Research Grant, Molecular systematics and biogeography of glacial relict species in Canada ($7500)
2002 University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies Grant ($750)
2001 NSERC Equipment Grant ($15,000)
2000 LaMont Cole Award for best published paper by a graduate student or recent graduate, Department of Ecol. and Evol. Biol., Cornell University
1999 - 2001 NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of California, Berkeley
1996 - 1997 National Science Foundation: Dissertation Improvement Grant ($10,000)
prior to 1996 Over $12,000 in small grants and awards (Sigma Xi, Lerner-Gray, Cornell Graduate School)