As both a student and the man in charge of CRASR's inter-departmental water science laboratory, Jeff has found a way to combine his research interests with his work. "I focus on nitrogen, phosphorous, and carbon content of organisms across the ontogeny of a given species and how changes in these levels affect survival,"
“Growing up on the Bay of Biscay in Spain, Dr. Corrales decided she wanted to become a marine biologist at a young age. Later, she obtained a degree in Marine Biology and her Ph.D. focused on aquatic animal health. At Baylor, her objective is to conduct research in the interphase of aquatic animal toxicology and immunology under the direction of Professor Bryan Brooks: “I’m fortunate to be part of the Environmental and Aquatic Toxicology Research Laboratory. As a senior postdoctoral fellow I enjoy teaching and mentoring graduate students in the lab. My research interests focus on the immunotoxic effects environmental contaminants exert on fish.”
“Dr. Williams is an experienced toxicologist, specializing in multi-pathway risk assessment for human health. He serves as the Chair of SETAC’s Human Health Risk Assessment Advisory Group, and as a member of the Public Outreach Committee. Recently, Dr. Williams was invited to participate in a Dialogue Group within the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, which will provide a scientific perspective to Congress on the current proposals to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act.”