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Environmental Chemistry, Marine Biochemistry,
Chemical Toxicology/Pharmacology

Summary of my current research interests: Marine and freshwater algae are a rich source of toxic or otherwise biologically active compounds. As part of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, as well as the Marine Science Program at FIU, my research focuses on the identification, isolation and characterization of these bioactive compounds, particularly including those from the cyanobacteria (or "blue-green algae"), as they relate to both environmental health and biomedicine.

 

Office:

Biscayne Bay Campus
Marine Science 354
(305) 919-4569
Fax: (305) 919-4030

University Park
CP 346
(305) 348-3525
Fax: (305) 348-3772

Lab:

Biscayne Bay Campus
Marine Science 332
(305) 919 4016

University Park
CP 346
(305) 348-3525
Fax: (305) 348-3772

E-mail: John.Berry@fiu.edu

B. Sc., University of Michigan
Ph. D., Cornell University
NIH/NCI Postdoctoral Fellow,
Cornell University
NIH/NIEHS Postdoctoral Fellow,
University of Miami

Courses Taught:

CHM 5306 (Drugs from the Sea: Bioactive Compounds from Marine and Freshwater Sources)

CHM 3120 (Introduction to Analytical Chemistry)

CHM 3120L (Introduction to Analytical Chemistry Laboratory)


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CHM 3120:

CHM 3120 L

 

 

 

 

Chemistry/Biochemistry