Christopher P. Cutler
Office: Herty 2109C (Statesboro)
Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Genetics, Molecular Biotechniques (Molecular Biology Lab), Principles of Biology Lab
My research interests concern the role that genes play in controlling physiological processes. The particular processes I currently study include the systems fish employ to control osmoregulation, and in particular, ion and water transport. My research career has encompassed various biochemical and physiological approaches including molecular genetics, molecular biology, cell biology, cell and molecular physiology, zoology, ichthyology, mammalian and aquatic biology, and I have mainly specialized in research on euryhaline teleost fish such as eels (Anguilla sp.) and on elasmobranchs such as the Dogfish (Squalus acanthias). In the past I have also worked briefly on Mice and Rats, Lake Magadi Tilapia, Atlantic Salmon, Sea Bass, Turbot, Killifish and Hagfish.
Last updated: 8/19/2022