The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology comprises internationally renowned faculty engaged in primary research in a wide variety of sub-disciplines within ecology and evolutionary biology. Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty on all three campuses of the University, as well as the Royal Ontario Museum, participate in innovative research using novel applications of genetic, molecular, experimental, and field techniques.

Areas of study png 

Research expertise of the faculty includes anatomy / physiology, behaviour, behaviour genetics, bioinformatics, community / population / ecosystem / landscape / evolutionary ecology, conservation biology, developmental biology, genetics/genomics, microbiology, molecular evolution, plant biology, taxonomy/systematics and theoretical biology.

EEB's leading-edge facilities are located on all three campuses: downtown St George campus, University of Toronto at Mississauga and University of Toronto at Scarborough