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Deborah MacLatchy

Vice-President: Academic & Provost/ Vice-President: Research (acting)

Areas of Expertise: Endocrine disruption in aquatic environments; Aquatic environmental contaminants (pulp and paper, mining, sewage); Fish reproduction and endocrinology; Fish bioassay development; Women in science; Academic science administration

Biography: Dr. Deborah MacLatchy (BScH Acadia University '85; PhD, University of Manitoba '91) is the Vice-President: Academic & Provost and a Professor of Biology at Wilfrid Laurier University, in Waterloo, Ontario. ?

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