Victoria Foe

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Victoria Elizabeth Foe (born 1945) is an American developmental biologist, and Research Professor at the University of Washington's Center for Cell Dynamics.[1]

She graduated from University of Texas at Austin, where she studied with Hugh Forrest, and from University of Washington, where she studied with Charles Laird. Her work on drosophila is supported by an independent supporting grant, by the National Institutes of Health.

She married Dr. Michael Dennis, a neurophysiologist, they later divorced. She was involved in the women's movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, and the anti-Persian Gulf War movement.[2]



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