Malcolm Campbell joined the University of Guelph as vice-president (research) in 2015. He was vice-principal of research at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus between 2009 and 2015, where he oversaw extensive growth in research activity and intensity.
A plant genome biologist, he joined the University of Toronto in 2004 after eight years as a faculty member at the University of Oxford.
B.Sc., University of Guelph
PhD, University of Guelph
Key responsibilities of the Vice-President (Research):
- Oversees the Office of Research, which administers and supports all aspects of research and creative activity
- Administers a nearly $150-million research enterprise across seven colleges, the Ridgetown regional campus, 10 research stations and the University of Guelph-Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs partnership