Haley Catton, Ph.D. Research Scientist in Cereal Crop Entomology at AAFC-Lethbridge.
Dr. Catton studies the impact and biology of pest and beneficial insects in cereal crops. Her expertise includes plant-insect interactions, population biology, biological control, and integrated pest management. Dr. Catton holds a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia Okanagan (Plant-Insect Interactions), and a M.Sc. (Plant Science) and B.Sc. (Agriculture – Plant Systems) with Distinction from the University of Manitoba. Her current projects focus on wireworm, cereal leaf beetle, and wheat stem sawfly and their natural enemies (beneficials).