Subject Librarians

Subject Name Phone Location
Microbiology & Immunology Prubjot Gill (604) 822-4970 Woodward Library
Botany Prubjot Gill (604) 822-4970 Woodward Library
Biology Prubjot Gill (604) 822-4970 Woodward Library
Undergraduate Medicine Aubrey Geyer (604) 827-0578 Woodward Library
Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Aubrey Geyer (604) 827-0578 Woodward Library
Physical Therapy Aubrey Geyer (604) 827-0578 Woodward Library
Evidence-based Health Care Vanessa Kitchin (on leave) (604) 822-3393 Woodward Library
Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Vanessa Kitchin (on leave) (604) 822-3393 Woodward Library
Orthopaedics Vanessa Kitchin (on leave) (604) 822-3393 Woodward Library
Health Studies Vanessa Kitchin (on leave) (604) 822-3393 Woodward Library
Environmental Engineering Sarah Parker (604) 822-7918 Woodward Library
Agricultural Economics Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Ecology Helen Brown (604) 822-4442 Woodward Library
Agroecology Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Soil Science Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Plant Science Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Wine Research Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Human Nutrition Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (IRES) Helen Brown (604) 822-4442 Woodward Library
Nursing Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library

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