Richard Squire

Richard D Squire


I retired from The University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez's Biology Department in December 2007 after 29.5 years of service. While there I taught undergraduate and graduate courses in General Biology, Genetics, and Research. Before that I taught at 3 Colleges in New York City and was a Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Human Cytogenetics at Cornell University Medical College. My research has primarily involved the Genetics and Radiation Biology of the Brine Shrimp, Artemia franciscana. I have also conducted some unpublished studies with the guppy, Poecilia reticulata. I have proof-read several books and articles on Guppy Genetics.

Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science Genetics Zoology

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Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez
July 1978 - December 2007
I taught undergraduate courses in General Biology, Genetics, Seminar; Special Problems Research; and graduate courses in Advanced Genetics, Cytogenetics, Seminar, Special Problems Research, and Thesis Research. I designed and coordinated the lectures and laboratories in the undergraduate major General Biology course. I was the laboratory coordinator for the undergraduate Genetics course. I was Thesis Advisor for several Masters Students. I was co-advisor for a doctoral student in the Marine Sciences Department. I was President of the departmental Personnel committee for 10 years.

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