Gan Moodley
Mr Gan Moodley is a lecturer in the School of Life Sciences in the Marine Biology section in Westville campus. He is lecturing both undergraduate and postgraduate students, supervising postgraduate students and undertaking research projects in the MACE lab.

He has numerous years of teaching and research experience, attended many local and international conferences and workshops, and has supervised many postgraduate students.

Position:    Lecturer
Qualification:    B.Sc, B.Sc (Hons)
M.Sc (Cum laude)
Discipline:   Marine Biology
Campus:   Westville
Telephone:   031 260 7076
 Email:   moodleygk(at)
 Research Areas:   Mariculture, Conservation Education, Marine Ecotoxicology and Ecophysiology, and Biological Education. The research undertaken may be both basic and applied, but there is a strong focus on ecologically - and commercially applicable research
 Recent Publications:   Thandar, A.S., Seoraj, N. & Moodley, G.K. Feeding in laboratory-eviscerated specimens of Holothuria (Semperothuria) cinerascens (Brandt, 1835) (in prep.)

Haffejee, F; Moodley, G.K. & Moodley, K.G. The effect of feeding on cadmium bioaccumulation in Stomopneustes variolaris: implications for biomonitoring. (in prep.)

Haffejee, F; Moodley, G.K. & Moodley, K.G. Experimental cadmium contamination of the echinoid, Stomopneustes variolaris. (in prep.)

Moodley, G.K. & van Wyk, J.H. 2007. Folliculogenesis and ovarian histology of the oviparous gecko, Hemidactylus mabouia (Sauria: Gekkonidae). African Journal of Herpetology. 56(2): 115-135.

Biseswar, R; Moodley, G.K. & Naidoo, A.D. 2002. Note on an invasion of intertidal zooanthid colonies by a chaetopterid polychaete at Park Rynie Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. S. Afr. J. mar. Sci. 24: 371-374.

Munnisunker, J., Moodley, G.K., Thandar, A.S. & Naidoo, Y. 2002. Ultrastructural study of the ovary and oogenesis in Pseudocnella sykion (Lampert, 1885). Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Electron Microscopy: 461-462.
Postgraduate Candidates:    PG Candidates

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