Dr. Lucy Lee, Dean - firstname.lastname@example.org
Taught Histology and Developmental Biology at Acadia University 1988-1989
Assistant Professor of Veterinary Anatomy at University of Saskatchewan 1989-1991
Tenured Associate Professor of Veterinary Anatomy at University of Sask. 1992-1996
Associate Professor of Biology at Wilfrid Laurier University 1997 - 2001
Tenured Professor of Biology at Wilfrid Laurier University 2002 - 2012
Dean, Faculty of Science, UFV (Sept 2012 - present)
WLU Biology Department Chair 2009-2012.
SIVB Board of Directors 2010-2014
CSZ Parasitology Section Chair 2011
Adjunct Professor of Biology at the University of Waterloo
Honorary Professorship, Universidad Cesar Vallejo, Trujillo, Peru - 2012
Adjunct Professor of Zoology at UBC - 2013
Non-invasive diagnostic techniques to monitor health of aquatic organisms and aquatic environments. Use of aquatic animal cell lines and invertebrate models.
Dr Lee's research is funded by NSERC (www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca) and her current research program involves the Development and use of fish cell lines as integrative tools for research in basic science, ecotoxicology, and aquaculture.
I am a fish cell biologist and my expertise is in developing fish cell lines for biomedical and biotechnological applications. Our research cover areas in fish physiology, aquatic toxicology, fish parasitology, fish health, fish nutrition and fish endocrinology. We also do work with invertebrate species and attempts are being made at developing marine aquatic invertebrate cell lines. Most recently, we are also interested in developing cell lines from agriculturally important invertebrates such as bees for apicultural health studies. ~ Lucy Lee
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Lucy Lee's Lab, Research, and Publications Webpage
Dr. Lucy Lee, Dean
Abbotsford campus, room B315
Assistant to the Dean: Nicole Klassen
Committee Assistant: Melinda Saretzky