Angela Schulze graduated with a B.Sc. in biochemistry from the University of Victoria in 1992. She has worked in the Molecular Genetics Laboratory at Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Pacific Biological Station, in Nanaimo, B.C. for over 21 years and currently uses genetic/genomics applications to better understand salmon health and migration, marine mammal diets and the effects of pC02 on shellfish aquaculture. She lives with her spouse, two great kids, two dogs and three cats in Coombs, on Vancouver Island. She loves the outdoors, adventure, travelling, science and learning new things.