Heather Hamlin

Heather Hamlin is a reproductive endocrinologist primarily interested in the mechanisms by which environmental factors influence the reproduction and development of aquatic animals. Specifically, Dr. Hamlin’s interests tend to center around three main research areas: 1) The influence of endocrine disrupting contaminants in reproductive and developmental dysfunction. 2) Reproductive and developmental challenges in commercial aquaculture 3) Methods to reduce contaminant burdens in aquaculture species. Professor Hamlin is a Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center Faculty Fellow for 2016-17.