Breakthroughs start with great research
and that starts with exceptional researchers. The University of Calgary is actively recruiting to add to this already impressive group.
Dr. Paul Kubes, PhD
The focus of Dr. Kubes' work is on understanding complex immune responses in clinical diseases.
Dr. Kathy McCoy, PhD
Dr. McCoy's interest is in how the gut microbiota interacts with the innate and adaptive immune systems.
Dr. Markus Geuking, PhD
Dr. Geuking's focus is on the interaction between the intestinal microbiota and the host immune system.
Dr. Laura Sycuro, PhD
Dr. Sycuro's research group focuses on harnessing the maternal microbiome to promote healthy pregnancies.
Dr. Marie-Claire Arrieta, PhD
Dr. Arrieta's current research is focused on the role of intestinal microbiota in pediatric health and disease.
Dr. Raylene Reimer, PhD
Dr. Reimer's research focuses on the role of diet in regulating energy intake and gut microbiota in chronic diseases.
Dr. Mark Swain, MD, PhD
Dr. Swain is interested in the microbiome's influence on signalling pathways and how changes in the gut microbiome affect the brain.
Dr. Tom Louie, MD
Dr. Louie's research interests are around the gut microbiota, infections and beneficial bacteria.
Dr. John Conly, MD, PhD
Dr. Conly's work evolves around antimicrobial resistance the prevention of hospital acquired infections.
Dr. Joe Harrison, PhD
Dr. Harrison’s research involves the study of surface-attached bacterial communities called biofilms.
Dr. Braedon McDonald, MD, PhD
McDonald is a clinician-scientist, leading a translational and basic science research program on microbiome-immune interactions in infection and critical illness. His clinical practice focuses on multisystems intensive care, and he is an attending intensivist in the ICUs at FMC, RGH, and SHC.
Dr. Andre Buret, PhD
Dr. Buret is the current Interim Vice-President (Research)
Dr. Strous’ research group is focused on the development of new bioprocesses for renewable energy and environmental mitigation in the energy and agricultural industry.