Queen's University

Robert L. Campbell PhD

Assistant Professor, Academic Advisor for BHSc students (last names S-Z)

Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences

Meet Dr. Robert Campbell

Academic Background

PhD Biological Chemistry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1988
BSc Hons. Biochemistry (Queen’s University) 1982

Teaching Awards

Goldern Helix Third Year Teaching Award (2013/14) 3rd Year Biochemistry class at Queen’s University
(Nominated) W.J. Barnes Teaching Award (2013/14) Queen’s University
Voted “Favourite Lecturer” by BCHM310/315 students at Queen’s University (2009/10)

Teaching Experience

Dr. Campbell is an experienced lecturer and course developer for a number of Queen’s undergraduate biochemistry courses including those teaching bioinformatics, modelling, and x-ray crystallography training. He has also been, and continues to be, a lecturer and facilitator for various biochemistry graduate courses, especially in bioinformatics training.

Course

For More Information

View Dr. Campbell’s Faculty Biography, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences