Principal Community Coordinator
Alberta Principal Investigator
To find more information about the researchers participating in In Land and Life and to find their contact information, please click on the links below.
Carol Amaratunga has experience around the world working on rural and women’s health and disaster management.
Gwendolyn Blue researches citizen engagement with science and technology.
Ryan Brook is a wildlife health ecologist and collaborates with rural and remote communities to address locally important wildlife and environmental change concerns.
Carmen Fuentealba is a veterinary pathologist with a focus on toxicologic pathology.
Oscar Illanes is a veterinary pathologist at the University of Calgary.
Susan Kutz is a wildlife veterinarian with extensive experience in northern regions.
Stephane McLachlan has worked extensively with rural and Aboriginal communities evaluating risks associated with disease.
Juan Carlos Rodriguez-Lecompte is a veterinary immunologist with experience in molecular microbiology.
Shirley Thompson researches food security, sustainable livelihoods, and environmental health in First Nations and Northern Affairs communities.
Helen Cote is advising and facilitating the project work in Saskatchewan.
Percy Potts is the Cultural Advisor.