Adam G. Marsh
Associate Professor, Marine Biosciences
School of Marine Science & Policy
University of Delaware
College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment
700 Pilottown Road
Lewes, DE 19958
Phone: (302) 645-4367
Fax: (302) 645-4028
Ph.D., Marine Science, University of Maryland, 1989
M.S., Invertebrate Zoology, University of South Florida, 1983
B.A., English Literature and Biology, University of South Florida, 1981
Dr. Marsh’s research interests include molecular and biochemical mechanisms that determine growth and metabolism during early development in larvae from extreme environments (polar seas and deep oceans), protein folding and turnover at low temperatures in Antarctic marine invertebrates, protein metabolism at high-pressures (4000 psi) in deep-sea hydrothermal vent invertebrates, and proteomics and bioinformatics of early development.
He has published scientific papers in several journals, including Marine Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Journal of Experimental Biology, Antarctic Journal of the U.S., Biotechnology in Agriculture,and the Journal of Marine Biotechnology.