BIOLOGY AND MARINE SCIENCE PEOPLE

Full-time Faculty and Staff
 

 

 

Ken Black (Instructor)
B.S. University of Florida; M.F.A.S. University of Florida
Areas of Specialization: Ecophysiology of estuarine organisms, environmental toxicology, nutrition

 

Rose Borkowski (Associate Professor)
B.A. University of North Carolina; DVM University of Florida.
Area of Specialization: Veterinary Medicine, Biology and Medicine of Birds, Marine and Terrestrial Mammals, Diseases of Zoo and Wildlife Species, Human Anatomy and Physiology.

 

Lee Ann J. Clements (Professor & Chair Division of Science and Mathematics)
B.A., University of Virginia; M.S. & Ph.D., University of South Carolina.
Areas of Specialization: Biological Oceanography, Physiological Ecology and Regeneration in Invertebrates

 

John Enz (Assistant Professor)
B.S. University of Texas at El Paso, M.S. University of Texas at El Paso, Ph.D. University of Louisville
Area of Specialization: Entomology, Pollination Ecology, Aquatic Macroinvertebrates,  Herpetology, Tropical Ecology, Study Abroad, Human Anatomy and Physiology

 

Dr. Nisse Goldberg (Assistant Professor)
BA, Univ. California, Santa Cruz; MS, San Jose State University; PhD, University of Western Australia
Areas of Specialization: Terrestrial and Marine Botany, Terrestrial and Marine Ecology

 

Karen E. Jackson (Professor & Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning)
B.A., Jacksonville University; Ph.D., University of Florida.
Areas of Specialization: Immunology, Cell Biology and Molecular Biology

 

Daniel A. McCarthy (Associate Professor & Department Co-Chair)
B.S., Jacksonville University; M.S. Florida State University; Ph.D. King's College, University of London
Areas of Specialization: Invertebrate Zoology, Marine Ecology, Reproduction of Marine Organisms

 

Heather McCarthy (Laboratory Manager)
B.S., University of Central Florida.
M.E.M. (Master of Environmental Management), Duke University.
Areas of Specialization: Coastal Environmental Management and Policy, Sea Turtles, Non-native Species, and Nature Writing.

 

Cathy Miller (Instructor)
B.S. Miami University; M.S. University of California Riverside
Areas of Specialization: Altitude physiology, anatomy and physiology

 

Anthony J.A. Ouellette (Associate Professor & Department Co-Chair)
A.A., Valencia Community College; B.S., University of Central Florida; Ph.D. University of Minnesota
Areas of Specialization: Toxic Cyanobacteria, Microbiology, Biochemistry

 

W. Curtis Small (Associate Professor)
B.S. North Carolina State University; Ph.D. University of North Carolina
Areas of Specialization: Advanced Genetics, Biochemistry, Cell Physiology, Genetic Control of Metabolic Flux

 

Jeremy Stalker (Assistant Professor)
B.S. Michigan State UniversityM.S. University of Montana; Ph.D. Florida International University
Areas of Specialization: Hydrology, Stable isotope, ionic, and nutrient Geochemistry, Coastal Oceanography, Geophysics, Forensics

 

Natasha Vanderhoff (Assistant Professor)
B.S. Loyola University of Chicago, M.S. University of Louisville, Ph.D. University of Louisville
Areas of Specialization: Behavioral Ecology, Foraging, Animal Communication, Ornithology, Tropical Ecology, Primatology

A. Quinton White Jr (Professor & Executive Director of the MSRI)
B.S. North Carolina Wesleyan College; M.S., University of Virginia; Ph.D. University of South Carolina
Areas of Specialization: Invertebrate Zoology, Marine Ecology, Ecology and Life History of Manatees


 

Associate Faculty

 

Gerry Pinto
Ph.D., Plymouth Polytechnic, Plymouth, England.
Aquaculture, Marine Ecology, and Ecology and Life History of Manatees.

Stephen Murray
M.D.

James Dobson
Ph.D,

Michelle Drewry
M.S., University of North Florida

Elizabeth Reynolds
M.S.

Ryan Ford
M.S., University of North Florida

 

 

Marine Science Graduate Students

 

 

FALL 2012 FIRST YEAR

(Not Pictured)
Alexander Brehm


(Not Pictured)
Justine Dacey

 


Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn Dietz
Georgia College & State University, BS Biology
Interest:
Sea Turtles 

 




(Not Pictured)
Ivana Espinosa



Lindsey
Lindsay Gerzel
Furman University, majored in Biology
Interest: Marine Mammal Behavior and Cognition


MSRI
Marshalluna Hudson
Univeristy of central Arkansas, Majored in Biology
Interest: MarineMammalogy

 
 

(Not Pictured)
Andrea Leontiou



Jolene
Jolene Warnke-Roszel
Jacksonville University -B.S., majored in Environmental Sicence/Marine Science
Jacksonville University-M.A., majored in Teaching-Elementary Education
Interest: Marine Science Education and Coastal Resource Management


(Not Pictured)
Hadley Splane


Maelyn
Madelyn Woods
Boston University, majored in Political Science
Interest: Zooplankton and Invertebrate Diversity & Distribution


courtney
Courtney Fletcher
University of Florida, majored in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Interest: Shark Ecology and Behavior, Marine Science Education

 


Second year Graduate Students

 

 

Elizabeth Maitland
 
Undergrad at Jacksonville University, majored in Biology & Marine Science
 
Interest: Manatee Populations & Submerged Aquatic availability in the St. Johns River
 

 

 

 

 
(Not Pictured)
 
Kimberly Mann
 
Undergrad at Troy University, majored in Marine Biology
 
Interest: Estuary Systems
 

 

 
Rad Murphy
 
Radford Murphy, Jr.
Undergrad at Harvard University, majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
 
Interest: Shark Ecology and Physiology
 

 

 


Alex

 
Alex Paradise
 
Undergrad at University of Rhode Island, majored in Marine Biology
 
Interest: Fish Ecology and Physiology
 

 

 

 Stephanie
Stephanie Sowa
Undergrad at University of Arizona in Tucson, majored in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Interest: Marine Mammals