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E. Eugene Williams, PhD

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Salisbury University
Salisbury, Maryland 21801

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Office
Henson Science Hall 222

Laboratory
Henson Science Hall 227

Phone
410-548-2062
(Lab: 410-548-3308)

E-mail: eewilliams@salisbury.edu

Lab page

Photos from the 2010 Iceland Course
Photos from the 2011 Iceland Course

Educational & Professional Background
Post-Doctoral Position - Indiana U. / Purdue U.: Omega-3 fatty acids
Post-Doctoral Position - Oregon State U.: Environmental physiology
Ph.D. - Arizona State University: Zoology / Cell Membranes
M.S. - University of North Carolina - Wilmington: Marine Biology
B.S. - University of North Carolina - Wilmington: Marine Biology

Academic Specialties
Biology of Cell Membranes
Cell Biology
Comparative Animal Physiology
Biochemical Adaptation to the Environment

Research Interests
Adaption of cellular membranes to cold and other extreme environmental conditions
Role of omega-3 fatty acids in membranes of fish and cancer cells
Effects of microgravity environment on the metastatic capacity of tumor cells

Extracurricular Responsibilities
Vice President for Affiliate Affairs, Washington Academy of Sciences.
Maryland Sea Grant College Academic Advisory Council.
Salisbury University Curriculum Committee.
President, SU Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.
Henson School of Science and Technology, Technology Committee.
Henson School of Science and Technology, Health Professions Advisement Committee.
Henson School of Science and Technology, Biology/Chemistry Interface Committee.
Departmental Long Range Planning Committee.
Departmental Assessment Planning Team.
Advisor for SU's Intercollegiate Sailing Team and the Sailing Club.

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