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Dr. Diane J. Brousseau

Professor of Biology
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 214
p: x2739


B.S., Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Current Research Interests

Dr. Brousseau's research focuses on Marine Ecology. Most recently she has bean involved in the study of immunological mechanisms used by shellfish to defend against infections from environmental pathogens. Past research interests include the study of ecological impacts of the invasive Asian shore crab on native biota in Long Island Sound and the study of parasitic disease in oysters (Perkinsus marinus) and hematopoietic neoplasms in clams and mussels. She has been a Visiting Investigator at the National Marine Fisheries Laboratory in Milford, Conncecticut since 1999. She has also collaborated with investigators at the Marine Biological Laboratory, the New England Aquarium, and SalemSound Coastwatch.

Courses Taught

  1. BI 171: General Biology II Lab
  2. BI 171L: General Biology II Lab
  3. BI 172: General Biology III Lab
  4. BI 172L: General Biology III Lab
  5. BI 362: Marine Invertebrate Zoology
  6. BI 362L: Marine Invertebrate Zoolgy Lab
  7. BI 362: Marine Invertebrate Zoology
  8. BI 383A: Sem: Coral Reef Ecology
  9. BI 391: Biology Research I
  10. BI 392: Biology Research II
  11. BI 393: Biology Research III
  12. BI 394: Biology Research IV
  13. BI 399F: Capstone: Coral Reef Ecology
  14. HR 202: Honors Seminar

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