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John Clark

John Clark
Environmental toxicology
(413) 545-1052
Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
N311 Morrill 1
University of Massachusetts
637 N Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01003-9298

Ph.D.: Michigan State University
Postdoctoral Training: Marine Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.
Honors: Rohm & Haas Recognition Award in Insect Physiology, Biochemistry and Toxicology, ESA, Eastern Branch, 1997

The focus of John's research effort is on the efficacious and environmentally sound use of pesticides. Specifically, his research team is interested in the molecular mechanisms of pesticide action on target and non-target organisms, xenobiotic metabolism of pesticides and molecular mechanisms of pesticide resistance. They examine the effects of pesticides in a variety of vertebrate and invertebrate systems and currently use molecular biological techniques to detect mutations.

Environmental Conservation