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Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Areas of Expertise: Transition metals; Organometallic chemistry; Computational chemistry; NMR spectroscopy; Catalysis
Biography: Wilfrid Laurier University, Department of Chemistry …
Areas of Expertise: Environmental physiology; Fish physiology and metabolism; Sea lamprey biology; Fish gill structure and function; Toxicology of waterborne metals to fishes; Toxicology of sea lamprey pesticide
Biography: Research Program …
Professor, Biology Director, Laurier Institute for Water Science Undergraduate Academic Advisor, Biology
Areas of Expertise: Aquatic toxicology; Metals; Environmental effects monitoring; Physiology; Risk assessment
Biography: 1999-2006, Research Manager - Metals and the Environment Program, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa …
Contract Academic Staff Instructor
Areas of Expertise: Parasitology; Protozoans; Parasitic diseases; The impact of metals on the interactions between fish and their parasites
Biography: I completed my Ph.D (Institute of Parasitology, McGill University) in 2007, with an ecotoxicological project assessing the effects of waterborne zinc (as a pollutant) on host-parasite interactions. As the experimental model, I used guppies and their…