About Dr. Randall
Dr. Randall was a professor in the Department of Zoology from 1963-2003. Known not only for being an inspirational faculty member, Dr. Randall was the president of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, a recipient of an Award of Excellence from the American Fisheries Society, and an elected fellow of both the Royal Society of Canada and the Brazilian Academy of Sciences. In his career he trained over 20 MSc students, 30 doctoral students and 14 post-doctoral fellows. Of these, 32 have secured faculty positions at universities in Canada and around the world.
Previous David Randall Seminar Lecturers
|2021||Colin Brauner||University of British Columbia||Early gill function and tissue oxygen unloading in fish|
|2020||Warren Burggren||University of North Texas||Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance: phenotype modifications and evolutionary implications|
|2019||Chris Wood||University of British Columbia||The potential for salt toxicity; using physiology to address a major environmental issue|
|2018||George Iwama||President, Quest University||Till death do us part; Stress love and joy; another day with Dave|
|2017||Tony Farrell||University of British Columbia||The evolving story of the evolution of the vertebrate coronary circulation|