Dr Andre Vosloo
Vosloo 
 
Dr Vosloo’s research focuses on integrated biological responses to environmental perturbation. This multi-hierarchical approach using organismal, cellular and molecular techniques has become the driving force in explaining the mechanisms underlying the effects of environmental change on individuals, and by extension on populations. He has an extensive collaboration with the mariculture industry, and research results contribute to the industry on several levels.

Andre is author on 20+ papers, co-inventor of two patents, editor of two books, guest editor of three journal volumes and organizer of several conferences and conference sessions. He has served as Deputy Head of School and Program Coordinator: Marine Sciences at UKZN.
     
 Quote:   "If you are in your comfort zone you are not pushing the boundaries of science or life."
Position:   Senior Lecturer
Qualifications:   PhD
Hons BSc
BSc
     
Discipline:   Cellular Biology
Campus:   Westville
Telephone:   031 260 1337
Email:   Vosloo@ukzn.ac.za
     
Recent Publications:












  Vosloo D, van Rensburg L & Vosloo A. 2013. Oxidative stress in abalone: the role of temperature, oxygen and L-proline supplementation. Aquaculture 416/7: 265-271

Vosloo, D, Vosloo, A, Morillion, EJ, Samuels, JN, Sommer, P. 2013. Metabolic readjustment in juvenile South African abalone (Haliotis midae) acclimated to combinations of temperature and dissolved oxygen levels. Journal of Thermal Biology 38(7): 458-466. doi:10.1016/j.jtherbio.2013.07.001i

Vosloo, A, Laas, A & Vosloo D. 2013. Differential responses of juvenile and adult South African abalone (Haliotis midae Linnaeus) to low and high oxygen levels. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 164(1): 192–199. doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2012.09.002

Vosloo, D, Sara, J & Vosloo, A. 2012. Acute responses of brown mussel (Perna perna) exposed to sub-lethal copper levels: Integration of physiological and cellular biomarkers. Aquatic Toxicology 106/7: 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.aquatox.2011.10.001

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