Faculty - alphabetical

AlvaradoBremmerH Jaime Alvarado-Bremer
Associate Professor

Email
(409) 740-4958
Conservation and population genetics of aquatic organisms with emphasis on large pelagic fishes; molecular systematics and phylogenetics and biogeography of fishes.
Anna Armitage Anna R. Armitage
Associate Professor

Email
Website
Research Blog
(409) 740-4842
Coastal and wetlands community ecology in salt marshes, tidal mudflats, and seagrass beds, with particular focus on changes in trophic structure following habitat restoration, nutrient enrichment, and other human disturbances.
DavisRandall Randall W. Davis
Regents Professor

Email
(409) 740-4712
Physiology & behavior of marine birds and mammals, especially species inhabiting polar waters.
HallChristopher Christopher Hall
Lecturer/Technical Lab Coordinator

Email
(409) 740-4954
Fisheries Management, Coastal Dunes and Plant Recruitment, Bio-Stratigraphy, and Texas Safe Boaters Education.
IliffeThomas20 Thomas M. Iliffe
Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4454
Biodiversity, evolution and conservation of animals inhabiting marine caves; application of scientific and technical diving to provide access to otherwise inaccessible portions of extensive cave systems.
LuiHui Hui Liu
Assistant Professor

Email
Website
Zooplankton processes in the ocean, population dynamics and interactions of marine fishes, quantitative fisheries research, statistical and numerical ecosystem modeling.

 

MarshallC12 Christopher Marshall
Associate Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4884
My research interests focus on the function and evolution of vertebrate feeding and digestive systems, the musculoskeletal sys-tem, and associated sensory and neuro-biology.
MetzT Tasha L. Metz
Lecturer

Email
(409) 740-4431
Sea turtle biology and conservation, ecology of shore and estuarine habitats/ species (blue crabs) and field-based studies.
QuiggA Antonietta Quigg
Professor
Associate Vice President for Research Development


Email
Website
(409) 740-4990
Impact of trace metal and nutrient  enrichments, cycling and dynamics on physiology, primary productivity and community composition in coastal ecosystems.
ReichKim17 Kimberly Reich
Director, Sea Life Facility
Assistant Research Scientist

Email
(409) 740-4718
Sea turtle biology and conservation, nutritional ecology and stable isotope analyses; sea turtle life history including habitat use, foraging strategies, ontogenetic shifts, and migratory pathways.
RookerJay Jay R. Rooker
Professor
McDaniel Chair
of Marine Fisheries

Email
Website
(409) 740-4744
Ecology of estuarine, coastal, and pelagic fishes. Recruitment processes, particularly factors affecting post-settlement survival. Fish life history and migration studies. Analytical approaches to fish demography.
RoweGilbert20 Gilbert T. Rowe
Regents Professor

Email
(409) 740-4527
Benthic ecology, ecosystem function and structure. Carbon and nitrogen cycles, food chain models. Environmental quality and sustainable development.
SchulzeAnja18 Anja Schulze
Associate Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4540
Phylogeny and population genetics of marine invertebrates, particularly polychaete worms. Reproduction and development of marine invertebrates. Deep sea biology.
SchwarzJohn19 John R. Schwarz
Regents Professor
Department Head
(Marine Biology)

Email
Website
(409) 740-4528
All aspects of seafood micro-biology. Association of bacterial pathogens with shellfish and devising experimental methodologies to provide the consumer with a safer food product.
WardleBill10 William J. Wardle
Associate Professor

Email
(409) 740-4982
Ecology of marine mollusks, especially their symbionts & their interactions with marine algae. Ecology of local benthic micro-algal, seaweed and phytoplankton communities.
Wells R. J. David Wells
Assistant Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4989
Biology and ecology of bony fishes, sharks, and rays. Research focus on life history, habitat use, movement, and feeding ecology of marine fish species; including estuarine, shelf, and offshore pelagic fishes.
WursigBernd06 Bernd Würsig
Regents and University Distinguished Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4413
Long-term studies of the behavioral ecology of dolphins, porpoises and whales. Elucidating differences of foraging techniques in different environments. Flexibilities of adaptation in social marine mammals and in social animals in general.
onservation and population genetics of aquatic organisms with emphasis on large pelagic fishes; molecular systematics and phylogenetics and biogeography of fishes. Profile...
Anna Armitage Anna Armitage
Assistant Professor

Email
Website
Research Blog
(409) 740-4842
Coastal and wetlands community ecology in salt marshes, tidal mudflats, and seagrass beds, with particular focus on changes in trophic structure following habitat restoration, nutrient enrichment, and other human disturbances. Profile...
DavisRandall Randall Davis
Professor

Email
(409) 740-4712
Physiology & behavior of marine birds and mammals, especially species inhabiting polar waters. Profile...
HallChristopher

Christopher Hall
Lecturer/Technical Lab Coordinator

Email
(409) 740-4954

Fisheries Management, Coastal Dunes and Plant Recruitment, Bio-Stratigraphy, and Texas Safe Boaters Education. Profile...
IliffeThomas20

Thomas Iliffe
Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4454

Biodiversity, evolution and conservation of animals inhabiting marine caves; application of scientific and technical diving to provide access to otherwise inaccessible portions of extensive cave systems. Profile...
KanzJames James Kanz
Associate Professor

Email
(409) 740-4535
Invertebrate neuroethology; delineation of animal behavior patterns, their nervous system substrates and their modulation by external and internal stimuli. Profile...
LandryAndre André Landry
Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4989
Fisheries ecology, with emphasis on population dynamics of demersel nekton com-munities; attraction of fishes to artificial reefs and ecosystem health of coral reefs. Sea turtle biology; natural history of & recovery of the critically endangered Kemp's Ridley.  Profile...
MarshallC12 Christopher Marshall
Associate Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4884
My research interests focus on the function and evolution of vertebrate feeding and digestive systems, the musculoskeletal sys-tem, and associated sensory and neuro-biology. Profile...
MetzT Tasha Metz
Lecturer

Email
(409) 740-4431
Sea turtle biology and conservation, ecology of shore and estuarine habitats/ species (blue crabs) and field-based studies. Profile...
OnealC Clifford O'Neal
Lecturer

Email
(409) 740-4842
Coastal and wetlands community ecology in salt marshes, tidal mudflats, and seagrass beds, with particular focus on changes in trophic structure following habitat restoration, nutrient enrichment, and other human disturbances. Profile...
QuiggA Antonietta Quigg
Associate Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4990
Impact of trace metal and nutrient  enrichments, cycling and dynamics on physiology, primary productivity and community composition in coastal ecosystems. Profile...
RaySammy

Sammy Ray
Professor Emeritus

Email
(409) 740-4526

Marine biology, oyster biology, oyster aquaculture and hatcheries invertebrate pathology, environmental impact assessment and coastal zone management. Profile...
RookerJay

Jay Rooker
Professor
McDaniel Chair of Marine Fisheries

Email
Website
(409) 740-4744

Ecology of estuarine, coastal, and pelagic fishes. Recruitment processes, particularly factors affecting post-settlement survival. Fish life history and migration studies. Analytical approaches to fish demography. Profile...
RoweGilbert20 Gilbert Rowe
Regents Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4527
Benthic ecology, ecosystem function and structure. Carbon and nitrogen cycles, food chain models. Environmental quality and sustainable development. Profile...
SchulzeAnja18 Anja Schulze
Assistant Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4540
Phylogeny and population genetics of marine invertebrates, particularly polychaete worms. Reproduction and development of marine invertebrates. Deep sea biology.  Profile...
SchwarzJohn19 John Schwarz
Professor
Department Head, Marine Biology

Email
Website
(409) 740-4528
All aspects of seafood micro-biology. Association of bacterial pathogens with shellfish and devising experimental methodologies to provide the consumer with a safer food product.
Profile...

Faculty - alphabetical

AlvaradoBremmerH Jaime Alvarado-Bremer
Associate Professor

Email
(409) 740-4958
Conservation and population genetics of aquatic organisms with emphasis on large pelagic fishes; molecular systematics and phylogenetics and biogeography of fishes. Profile...
Anna Armitage Anna Armitage
Assistant Professor

Email
Website
Research Blog
(409) 740-4842
Coastal and wetlands community ecology in salt marshes, tidal mudflats, and seagrass beds, with particular focus on changes in trophic structure following habitat restoration, nutrient enrichment, and other human disturbances. Profile...
DavisRandall Randall Davis
Professor

Email
(409) 740-4712
Physiology & behavior of marine birds and mammals, especially species inhabiting polar waters. Profile...
HallChristopher

Christopher Hall
Lecturer/Technical Lab Coordinator

Email
(409) 740-4954

Fisheries Management, Coastal Dunes and Plant Recruitment, Bio-Stratigraphy, and Texas Safe Boaters Education. Profile...
IliffeThomas20

Thomas Iliffe
Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4454

Biodiversity, evolution and conservation of animals inhabiting marine caves; application of scientific and technical diving to provide access to otherwise inaccessible portions of extensive cave systems. Profile...
KanzJames James Kanz
Associate Professor

Email
(409) 740-4535
Invertebrate neuroethology; delineation of animal behavior patterns, their nervous system substrates and their modulation by external and internal stimuli. Profile...
LandryAndre André Landry
Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4989
Fisheries ecology, with emphasis on population dynamics of demersel nekton com-munities; attraction of fishes to artificial reefs and ecosystem health of coral reefs. Sea turtle biology; natural history of & recovery of the critically endangered Kemp's Ridley.  Profile...
MarshallC12 Christopher Marshall
Associate Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4884
My research interests focus on the function and evolution of vertebrate feeding and digestive systems, the musculoskeletal sys-tem, and associated sensory and neuro-biology. Profile...
MetzT Tasha Metz
Lecturer

Email
(409) 740-4431
Sea turtle biology and conservation, ecology of shore and estuarine habitats/ species (blue crabs) and field-based studies. Profile...
OnealC Clifford O'Neal
Lecturer

Email
(409) 740-4842
Coastal and wetlands community ecology in salt marshes, tidal mudflats, and seagrass beds, with particular focus on changes in trophic structure following habitat restoration, nutrient enrichment, and other human disturbances. Profile...
QuiggA Antonietta Quigg
Associate Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4990
Impact of trace metal and nutrient  enrichments, cycling and dynamics on physiology, primary productivity and community composition in coastal ecosystems. Profile...
RaySammy

Sammy Ray
Professor Emeritus

Email
(409) 740-4526

Marine biology, oyster biology, oyster aquaculture and hatcheries invertebrate pathology, environmental impact assessment and coastal zone management. Profile...
RookerJay

Jay Rooker
Professor
McDaniel Chair of Marine Fisheries

Email
Website
(409) 740-4744

Ecology of estuarine, coastal, and pelagic fishes. Recruitment processes, particularly factors affecting post-settlement survival. Fish life history and migration studies. Analytical approaches to fish demography. Profile...
RoweGilbert20 Gilbert Rowe
Regents Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4527
Benthic ecology, ecosystem function and structure. Carbon and nitrogen cycles, food chain models. Environmental quality and sustainable development. Profile...
SchulzeAnja18 Anja Schulze
Assistant Professor

Email
Website
(409) 740-4540
Phylogeny and population genetics of marine invertebrates, particularly polychaete worms. Reproduction and development of marine invertebrates. Deep sea biology.  Profile...
SchwarzJohn19 John Schwarz
Professor
Department Head, Marine Biology

Email
Website
(409) 740-4528
All aspects of seafood micro-biology. Association of bacterial pathogens with shellfish and devising experimental methodologies to provide the consumer with a safer food product.
Profile...