Ph.D. University of Reading, UK, 2003
- My main interest is in the mechanisms behind organisms' tolerance and adaptations to changing environments and I utilize genomic approaches to understand their sensitivity
- My primary research is on water quality and aquatic toxicology. I utilize effect-based approaches for detecting contaminant impacts on a broad range phytoplankton, aquatic invertebrates, and fish species. Research in my laboratory focuses primarily in understanding, and translating mechanistic responses to effects observed at higher levels of biological organization; Adverse Outcome Pathways: e.g., genomic, tissue, organ, individual, and population. We also investigate stressors and community structure using field-based mesocosms.
Areas of Emphasis
- School of Veterinary Medicine: APC