Professorial Staff | Professors Emeriti | Retired Professors | Adjunct Professors | Associate Members

Wykes, Linda J.

Professor; Director, School of Human Nutrition
Protein and amino acid metabolism in humans (neonates to adults) and in piglet models studied with stable isotopes. Glutathione and plasma protein metabolism; enteral versus parenteral nutrition; malnutrition and response to stress; inflammatory bowel disease; nutrition support in surgical patients to promote protein synthesis.
T.: 514-398-7843 | linda.wykes [at] (Email)  | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-042

Agellon, Luis B.

Professor; Associate Director
Nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics, lipid and bile acid metabolism, gene expression, nuclear receptors, transgenic and gene-disrupted mouse models of human diseases.
T: 514-398-7862 | luis.agellon [at] (Email)  | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-043

Basu, Niladri

Canada Research Chair in Environmental Health Sciences / Associate Professor (cross-appointed to the Department of Natural Resource Sciences)
Environmental health; Exposure assessment; environmental and occupational epidemiology; global health; risk assessment; ecotoxicology; neurotoxicology; gene-environment interactions
T: 514-398-8642 | niladri.basu [at] (Email)  | CINE Building (2nd floor)

Brazeau, Anne-Sophie

Assistant Professor; Program Director of Dietetic Education and Practice
Glucose management during physical activity; Management of nocturnal hypoglycemia; Adolescence and young adulthood period; Social support for adoption and modification of health behaviors; Shared behaviors among family members; New technologies in disease management
T: 514-398-7848  | anne-sophie.brazeau [at] (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-038

Chevalier, Stéphanie

Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director
Human nutrition, protein metabolism, aging, muscle health and function (sarcopenia), insulin resistance, clinical trials, stable isotopes, body composition.
T: 514-398-8603  |  stephanie.chevalier [at] (Email) |  Macdonald-Stewart Building, MS2-043

Delormier, Treena Wasonti:io

Associate Professor; Associate Director, Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition & Environment (CINE)
Public health nutrition of Indigenous population and address health inequities by addressing the social determinants of health using participatory research approaches
T: 514-398-7705  | treena.delormier [at] (Email) | CINE Building Room 203

Koski, Kristine G.

Associate Professor
Maternal and child nutrition; nutrient composition of amniotic fluid, perinatal growth and fetal development; impact of diet/exercise on pregnancy and lactation; biochemical development of the fetus and neonate; interactions among malnutrition, parasite infections and immunity.
T: 514-398-7845 | kris.koski [at] (Email)  | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-036

Kubow, Stan

Associate Professor
Oxidative stress; inflammation; nutraceuticals; simulated human gut digestion model; bioavailability; bioaccessibility; tissue and cell culture; tumor cell biology; functional foods; phytonutrient metabolism; bioactives, chemoprevention; toxicology; environmental pollutants; phytochemicals; antioxidants
T: 514-398-7754 | stan.kubow [at] (Email)  |  Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-037

Mailloux, Ryan

Assistant Professor
Impact of nutritional interventions and sex/gender on cell metabolism, bioenergetics, and redox signaling
T: 514-398-2515 | ryan.mailloux [at] (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-042A

Marquis, Grace S.

Associate Professor
Maternal, infant, and child nutrition; global nutrition; breastfeeding and complementary feeding of infants and young children; community-based integrated interventions to improve rural nutrition.
T: 514-398-7839 | grace.marquis [at] (Email)  | CINE Building 2-211

Melgar-Quiñonez, Hugo

Associate Professor / Margaret A. Gilliam Scholar, Margaret A. Gilliam Institute for Global Food Security
Global Food Security; Causes and consequences of food insecurity for health and nutritional status; Validation and application of food security measurement tools; Impact evaluation of interventions and programs to fight food insecurity and undernutrition 
T: 514-398-7671 | hugo.melgar-quinonez [at] (Email)  |  CINE Building 2-209

Nielsen, Daiva E.

Assistant Professor
Applying genomics to nutrition and lifestyle modification.
T: 514-398-7677  |  daiva.nielsen [at] (Email) |  Macdonald-Stewart Building MS2-035



Academic Associates

Cortbaoui, Patrick

Managing Director, Margaret A. Gilliam Institute for Global Food Security;
Academic Associate, School of Human Nutrition

Providing solutions to alleviate Global Food Insecurity; contributing to “a world free of hunger” through sustainable Food Management Strategies and Programs.
T: 514-398-7765  | patrick.cortbaoui [at] (Email )|  CINE Bldg, Room 213


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