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Collaborations

The Aquatic Animal Health Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AUBURN, AL
  • Development of Marine Aquaponics for Saline Tolerant Plant Production and High-Value Fish Production
  • Bolstering Aquaculture Production Through Cost-Effective Water Quality Management
  • Manufacturing of Bioactive Materials from Biomass as Functional Feed Additives for Aquatic Animals
  • Development of Alternative Feeds, Feed Management Regimes, and Production Systems for Improved Production and Health
  • Chemical Strategies to Control Algal Bloom and Support Sustainable Aquaculture Growth and Development
  • Low Salinity Aquaponics with Halophytes and Pacific White Shrimp
  • Harmful Algal Blooms: Prevalence and Control Measures for the Domestic Fish and Shellfish Industries
  • Effects of Herbicide Exposure on Channel Catfish Biology, Health, and Behavior
  • Penaeid Shrimp Pathogen Surveillance: Critical Support to the Emerging U.S. Shrimp Farming Industry
  • Assessment of the Immunomodulatory Effect of Probiotics on the Catfish Adaptive Immune Response and Columnaris Disease Resistance
  • Utilization of Soybean Hulls in Animal Feed Binder
  • Integrated Research to Improve Aquaculture Production and Aquatic Animal Health of Warmwater Aquaculture Species in West Alabama
  • Developing Sustainable Aquaponic Production Systems
  • Defining the Complex Interactions of Coinfections and Methods for Control
  • FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, BOCA RATON, FL
  • Saltwater Aquaponics in Puerto Rico: Queen Conch and Sea Vegetable Aquaculture
  • UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SYSTEM, PINE BLUFF
  • Phage Endolysins as Alternatives to Antibiotics for Treating Systemic Infections of Streptococcus Iniae in Fish