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Dr. Theresa Grove

Associate Professor
Valdosta State University


Dr. Theresa Grove is currently working as a Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, Valdosta State University , Georgia. Her research interests includes marine biology, fishery.she is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Theresa Grove is the member of many international affiliations. He/ She has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. She has authored of many research articles/books related to marine biology, fishery.

Research Interest

My research goal is to increase our understanding of the mechanisms responsible for environmental adaptation of fishes to their surrounding environments. By using an integrative approach, information obtained at the cellular, protein, and genomic levels enables me to identify how temperature may direct or influence adaptation of poikilothermic organisms to different thermal regimes. I am most interested in identifying adaptive changes in cardiac and skeletal muscles that fine-tune an organism’s physiology, thus enabling them to be successful in an environment that may be inhospitable to other organisms. Currently, the two systems I study are the cold stenothermal notothenioids found in the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica, and temperate killifish (Fundulus sp.) that live in diverse habitats along the eastern coasts of North America.


  • Grove, T.J. and T.S. Moerland. (2005) Sequencing and over expression of troponin C, troponin T and troponin I from cardiac muscle of a eurythermal teleost Fundulus heteroclitus.FASEB Journal. 19: A559 (abstract)

  • Grove, T.J., K.A. Puckett, N.M. Brunet, G. Mihajlovic, L.A. McFadden, P. Xiong, S. von Molnar, T.S. Moerland and P.B. Chase. (2005) Packaging actomyosin-based biomolecular motor-driven devices for nano-actuator applications. IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging. 28: 556-563.

  • Grove, T.J., L.A. McFadden, P.B. Chase and T.S. Moerland. (2005) Effects of temperature, ionic strength and pH on the function of myosin from a eurythermal fish, Fundulus heteroclitus. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Molity. 26: 191-197.

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