Professorial Staff | Professors Emeriti | Retired Professors | Adjunct Professors | Associate Members
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-042
Professor; Associate Director (on sabbitical leave)
Lipid and bile acid metabolism; control of gene expression by nutrients; transgenic and gene-disrupted mouse models of human diseases.
T: 514-398-7862 | luis.agellon [at] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-043
Canada Research Chair in Environmental Health Sciences / Associate Professor (cross-appointed to the Department of Natural Resource Sciences) (on sabbatical leave)
Environmental health; Exposure assessment; environmental and occupational epidemiology; global health; risk assessment; ecotoxicology; neurotoxicology; gene-environment interactions
T: 514-398-8642 | niladri.basu [at] mcgill.ca (Email) | CINE Building (2nd floor)
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-038
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Building, MS2-043
Associate Professor; Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Food Sovereignty
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | CINE Building Room 203
Assistant Professor; Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition & Environment (CINE)
Health inequities of Indigenous populations and ways to promote health using policy, systems, and environmental changes to the built environment and neighborhood design. Promoting sustainable traditional food systems of Indigenous communities.
T: 514-398-xxxx | brittany.jock [at] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-036
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-037
Impact of nutritional interventions and sex/gender on cell metabolism, bioenergetics, and redox signaling
T: 514-398-2515 | ryan.mailloux [at] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Bldg MS2-042A
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | CINE Building 2-211
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] mcgill.ca (Email) | CINE Building 2-209
Applying genomics to nutrition and lifestyle modification.
T: 514-398-7677 | daiva.nielsen [at] mcgill.ca (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Building MS2-035