Michael J. Carvan III
Shaw Associate Scientist, School of Freshwater Sciences
PhD, Veterinary Anatomy and Public Health, Texas A&M University, 1993
MS, Biological Oceanography, University of Miami, 1988
BS, Marine Biology, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 1985
Recent and selected publications
Watanabe K, Andersen M, Basu N, Carvan III M, Crofton K, King K, Suñol C, Tiffany-Castiglioni E, and Schultz I. Defining and modeling known adverse outcome pathways: Domoic acid and neuronal signaling as a case study. Accepted Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry manuscript online: 20 OCT 2010 06:14PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/etc.373.
Smith LE, Carvan III MJ, White DC, Williams FE, and Weber DN. 2010. Selenomethionine attenuates early life stage abnormalities but not adult learning deficits in zebrafish developmentally exposed to methylmercury. Neurotoxicology and Teratology 32: 246-55.
Kusik BW, Carvan III MJ, Udvadia AJ. 2008. Detection of mercury in aquatic environments using EPRE reporter zebrafish. Marine Biotechnology 10: 750-757.
Carvan III MJ, Incardona JP, and Rise ML. 2008. Meeting the challenges of aquatic vertebrate ecotoxicology. BioScience 58: 1015-1025.