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Date: 2022-06-30 Page is: DBtxt001.php txt00007510

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Peter Steinberg

Prof. Peter Steinberg has been a leader in marine chemical ecology for 25 years, working at the interface of chemistry and biology, and basic and applied science.

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Academic Profile

Prof Peter David Steinberg
Co-Director, Advanced Environmental Biotechnology Centre
Visiting Professor
School of Biological Sciences
College of Science
Email: PDSTEINBERG@ntu.edu.sg
Phone: (+65)65921638
Office: SBS-01n-08

Education
PhD (Biology) University of California 1984
BSc (Zoology) University of Maryland 1978

Biography

Prof. Peter Steinberg has been a leader in marine chemical ecology for 25 years, working at the interface of chemistry and biology, and basic and applied science. He has some 130 international publications with over 4500 citations and an H-index of 38, and 8 patents. His research has included studies of the chemical mediation of; plant/herbivore interactions, larval settlement cues, biofilms and biofouling, eukaryote/bacterial interactions and marine diseases. He has been a Fulbright and Queen Elisabeth II Fellows. He has extensive scientific and academic leadership experience, including as Head of a major research School at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, CEO of a publicly listed biotechnology company, Director of the Sydney Institute of Marine Science, and Co-Director of the AEBC at NTU.

Research Interests
Marine chemical ecology
Marine diseases and climate change
The ecology of invertebrate larvae settlement
Bacterial biofilm biology and ecology
Microbial ecology
Kelp and seaweed ecology
Environmental biotechnology
Environmental bioengineering

Research Grant
PUB-NTU (2010-)

Selected Publications
Tebben J, Guest JR, Sin TM, Steinberg PD, Harder T. (2014). Corals like it waxed: paraffin-based antifouling technology enhances coral spat survival. PLoS ONE, 9(1), e87545.



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