Dr. Murdoch McAllister teaches several different graduate courses in the Faculty of Science at UBC. These include:

FISH 500. Issues in fisheries research: seminars

FISH 504. Quantitative analysis of fisheries I.

FISH 505. Quantitative analysis of fisheries II.

FISH 509. Bayesian methods for fisheries stock assessment

FISH 510. Bayesian decision analysis for fisheries management

FISH 520. Fisheries conservation, governance and evaluation


Some workshops organized by the ECODIGM group in recent years include the following

May 2014. Introduction to Bayesian decision network modeling. A two-day workshop, NIWA, Auckland, New Zealand. Workshop leader: Murdoch McAllister

May 2013, Introduction to ADMB for fisheries scientists. A two-week workshop, UBC, Vancouver

July 2013. Introduction to WinBUGS for fisheries scientists. A three-day workshop. Polish National Sea Fisheries Institute, Gdynia, Poland. Workshop leader: Murdoch McAllister

July 2013. Introduction to Bayesian Surplus Production Modeling for fisheries scientists. A two-day workshop. Polish National Sea Fisheries Institute, Gdynia, Poland. Workshop leader: Murdoch McAllister

October 2012. Introduction to WinBUGS for fisheries scientists. A three-day workshop. Yokohama National Fisheries Research Institute, Yokohoma, Japan. Workshop leader: Murdoch McAllister

November 2012. Introduction to Bayesian Surplus Production Modeling for fisheries scientists. A three-day workshop. Yokohama National Fisheries Research Institute, Yokohama, Japan. Workshop leader: Murdoch McAllister

December 2012. Introduction to WinBUGS for fisheries scientists. A three-day workshop. Sekai National Fisheries Research Institute, Nagasaki, Japan. Workshop leader: Murdoch McAllister

September 2012. Introduction to Bayesian decision network modeling. A five-day workshop. DFO. Maurice La Montaigne Laboratory. Mont Joli, Quebec. Workshop leaders: Murdoch McAllister, Divya Varkey, Laura Uusitalo.