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An exobiologist (also referred to as astrobiologist or xenobiologist) was a biologist who specialized in the field of exobiology.

Doctor Phlox once noted to Elizabeth Cutler that he found her "assistance in the field invaluable" due to her training as an exobiologist. (ENT: "Dear Doctor")

Rudolph Ransom was a Starfleet exobiologist who was promoted to captain after he made first contact with the Yridians. (VOY: "Equinox")

In early 2368, two new exobiologists and three stellar cartographers transferred from the USS Zhukov to the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Game")

In 2371, a team of specialists, specifically xenobiologists and exopsychologists, were planned to be assembled on Starbase 201 awaiting for the arrival of a Jem'Hadar youth discovered by Quark. Odo, who disliked the idea of the youth being "studied like a laboratory specimen" as proposed by Starfleet, offered to raise the youth so as to be treated like a civilized being. (DS9: "The Abandoned")

After observing a Species 8472, who was apparently regenerating, in 2374, The Doctor stated that, "I'm no exobiologist, but I'd say this fellow is becoming highly agitated." (VOY: "Prey")

Known exobiologists Edit

A deleted scene from the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Remember Me" referred to an exobiologist named Cara Hill, the wife of Dr. Richard Hill, who served on the Enterprise-D.

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