Arnault Le Bris

PhD and MSc Students

Elanor Dillabough, MSc, Fisheries Science and Technology

Elanor DillaboughElanor Dillabough is a Master's student enrolled in the Fisheries Science and Technology program under the supervision of Dr. Arnault Le Bris. She has completed both a Bachelor of Technology (Engineering Technology and Applied Sciences) and a Diploma of Technology (Marine Environmental Technology) at Marine Institute.

Her research with CFER is focusing on using drone technology to map eelgrass and determine temporal variations in relation to a green crab mitigation fishery. 

Jordan Woolfrey, MSc, Fisheries Science and Technology

Jordan WoolfreyJordan Woolfrey is a Master's student enrolled in the Fisheries Science program being co-supervised by Dr Arnault Le Bris (CFER) and Dr Patrick Gagnon (OSC).

She completed her Bachelor of Science with a focus area in Marine Biology from Memorial University in 2019, then worked as a Climate Change Intern with the University of Belize through MI’s International Youth Internship Program in 2019/2020.

In this position, she worked on reef sedimentation as well as coral bleaching and disease surveys. Jordan’s Masters research is focused on colonization of Reef Ball artificial reefs by local Newfoundland species in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland.

Sebastian Glindtvad, PhD student

Sebastian GlindtvadSebastian Glindtvad is a PhD student in CFER studying the trophic ecology and reproductive biology of Atlantic Halibut under the supervision of Jonathan Fisher and Arnault LeBris.  Sebastian was born in Denmark and completed his undergraduate degree in biology at the University of Aarhus where he studied the effect of protein and sugar rich diets on Australian weaver ant workers. He also travelled to Fiji and Thailand to volunteer and helped with underwater surveys and mangrove restoration.  Sebastian then completed his Master of Science degree in Biology at the University of Aarhus where he spent time in Norway and Greenland as part of his Master’s thesis.