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Professor, Biology - on sabbatical until June 30, 2016
Areas of Expertise: Pea mutants; Nodule organogenesis; Physiology of nodulation; Plant hormones; Mycorrhizae; Plants and microbes; Rhizobia; Legume transformation; Communication skills in biology; Ethics in science
Biography: Areas of Research: Development and hormonal regulation of root symbiosis (nodulation, mycorrhizae).Selected publications: …
Associate Professor, Biology
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 …
Associate Professor, Biology (on sabbatical)
Areas of Expertise: Mitochondria; Cellular respiration; Electron transport chains; Bioenergetics; Plant physiology and biochemistry;
Biography: Work in my lab focuses on bioenergetics and the electron transport chains of mitochondria and chloroplasts. Specifically, we work on terminal oxidase proteins in many different organisms.