Adam G Marsh
School of Marine Science & Policy
- For the past 15 years, Marsh has conducted field research in Antarctica.
- Work focuses on marine life in extreme conditions, including cold adaptations in polar animals and bioengineering proteins to function in extreme conditions.
- Utilizes computational biology, functional geomics and bioinformatics in assessing data. His knowledge base also includes epigenetics.
- Co-founded a biotech startup company.
Associate Professor, School of Marine Science and Policy
In The News:
A sea change in academic research: applied is no longer a dirty word (Huffington Post)
Will Antarctic worms warm to changing climate? (Jerusalem Post)
Genetic testing: It's complicated (Huffington Post)