2131C Meyer Hall
- B.S./M.S. (Diploma), University of Rostock, Germany, 1989
- Ph.D., Marine Animal Physiology, University of Rostock, Germany, 1992.
EcoPhysiological Proteomics of aquatic animals.
Effects of climate change-related environmental stress (salinity, temperature) on aquatic organisms (euryhaline fish, invertebrates).
Evolution of biochemical mechanisms that confer tolerance towards environmental stress (salinity, temperature, pollution) in aquatic animals.
Mechanistic links between molecular (proteomic) and emergent higher-order (physiology, behaviors) phenotypes that are associated with environmental stress responses of aquatic animals.
- Animal Biology
- Integrative Genetics and Genomics
- Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Physiology
- Molecular Biology Laboratory Techniques (ANG 111)
- Introductory Aquaculture (ANS18)
- Physiology of the Stress Response (MCP255/ABG255)
Animal Biology Graduate Core Course (ABG200B)
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