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Terence P. Barry, Senior Scientist

Laboratory of Fish Endocrinology
600 N. Park St.
Madison, WI 53706
Phone - 608-262-6450
Fax: 608-262-0454
E-mail tpbarry@wisc.edu

Lab Mission Statement

  1. Conduct basic and applied research in fish endocrinology, with a focus on increasing fish production, understanding the impact of endocrine disruption on feral fish populations, and gaining insights into basic biological questions using fish as model research organisms.

  2. Train students, including the net generation of fish physiologists.

  3. Share information with the citizens of Wisconsin and the world to help expand and diversify food production, protect the environment, and improve human health.

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Education

Postitions and
Professional Activities

Publications Students Links PubMed Citations
Education

1977 B.S., Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1989 M.S., Zoology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
1994 Ph.D., Endocrinology- Reproductive Physiology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Postitions and Professional Activities

2006-present Co-Founder, President, AquaMost, LLC
2002-present Affiliate Member, UW Endocriology-Reproductive Physiology Training Program
2003 Editor, Proceedings of Percis III: Third International Conference on the Biology of Percis Fishes
2001-04 Assistant Editor, North American Journal of Aquaculture, American Fisheries Society
1994-2008 Co-Founder, Member, Willow Creek Aquaculture, LLC (private fish hatchery)
1996-99 & 2004-07 Secretary / Treasurer, Physiology Section of the American Fisheries Society
1988-1989 Fulbright Gradate Research Scholor, Laboratory of Fish Physiology, University of Tokyo
1986-1988 USAID Aquaculture Development Project, Iloilo, Philippines
1977-1980 Peace Corps Volunteer, Western Samoa

Selected Publications

Kroop R., D. Tompkins, T. Barry, W. Zeltnerd, G. Pepping, M. Anderson and T.P. Barry. 2009.A device that converts aqueous ammonia into nitrogen gas. Aquacultural Engineering Article in press pdf

Barry,T.P., A. Marwah and S. Nunez. 2009. Inhibition of cortisol metabolism by 17α,20β-P: Mechanism mediating semelparity in salmon? Gen Comp Endocrinol. Article in press pdf

Jurgella G.F., A. Marwah, J.A. Malison, R. Peterson and T.P. Barry. 2006. Effects of xenobiotics and steroids on renal and hepatic estrogen metabolism in lake trout. Gen Comp Endocrinol 148:273-281.

Roberts, S., T.P. Barry, J.A. Malison and F. Goetz. 2004. Production of a recombinantly-derived growth hormone antibody and the characterization of growth hormone levels in yellow perch. Aquaculture. 232:591-602

Jentoft, S., J. Held, J.A. Malison, and T.P. Barry. 2002. Ontogeny of the cortisol stress response in yellow perch (Perca flavescens). Fish Physiol. and Biochem. 26:371-378.

Barry, T.P., M. J. Unwin, J.A. Malison, and T. P. Quinn. 2001. Free and total cortisol levels in semelparous and iteroparous chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). J. Fish Biol. 59: 1673-1676.

Weil, L.S., T.P. Barry, and J.A. Malison. 2001. Fast growth in rainbow trout is correlated with a rapid decrease in post-stress cortisol concentrations. Aquaculture 193:373-380.

Procarione, L.S., Barry, T.P., and Malison, J.A. 1999. Effects of high rearing densities and loading rates on the growth and stress responses of juvenile rainbow trout. North American J of Aquaculture 61:91-96

Barry, T.P., Riebe, J., Parrish, J.J., and Malison, J.A. 1997. Effects of 17α ,20β -dihydroxy-4-pregnen-3-one on cortisol production by rainbow trout interrenal tissue in vitro. Gen Comp Endocrinol 107:172-181.

Distefano, R.J., Barry, T.P., and Malison, J.A. 1997. Correlation of blood parameters with reproductive problems in walleyes in a Missouri impoundment. J. Aquatic Animal Health. 9:223-229.

Barry, T.P., Lapp, A.F., Procarione, L.S., and Malison, J.A. 1995. Effects of selected hormones and male cohorts on steroid production, final oocyte maturation and ovulation in walleye (Stizostedion vitreum). Aquaculture 138:331-347.

Barry TP, Malison JA, Held JA & Parrish JJ 1995 Ontogeny of the cortisol stress response in larval rainbow trout. Gen Comp Endocinol 97: 57–65.

Barry, T.P., M. Ochiai, and J.A. Malison. 1995. In vitro effects of ACTH on interrenal corticosteroidogenesis during early larval development in rainbow trout. Gen Comp Endocrin 99:382-387.

Barry, T.P., P. Thomas, and G.V. Callard. 1993. Stage-related production of 21-hydroxylated progestins by the dogfish (Squalus acanthias) testis. J of Exper Zoo 265: 522-532.

Barry, T.P., M.T. Castanos, M.P.S.C. Macahilig, and A.W. Fast. 1993. Spawning induction in female spotted scat (Scatophagus argus). J. Aquaculture Tropics 8:121-129.

Barry, T.P., K. Aida, T. Okumura, I. Hanyu. 1990. The shift from C-19 to C-21 steroid synthesis in spawning male common carp, Cyprinus carpio, is regulated by the inhibition of androgen production by progestogens produced by spermatozoa. Biol Reprod 43:105-112.

Barry, T.P., A.J.G. Santos, K. Furukawa, K. Aida, and I. Hanyu. 1990. Steroid profiles during spawning in male common carp. Gen Comp Endocrin 80:223-231.

Fast, A.W., H. D. Biona, T.P. Barry, R. Tabanda, and R. Bayogos. 1989. Brackish water pond culture of the spotted scat (Scatophagus argus) in the Philippines . J. Aquaculture Tropics 4:37-49.

Barry, T.P. and E.G. Grau. 1986. Estradiol-17β and thyrotropin-releasing hormone stimulate prolactin release from the pituitary gland of a teleost fish in vitro. Gen Comp Endocrin 62:306-314.

Current Students

  1. Xuejiao Tian - Effects of steroids on embryonic development in fathead minnows

  2. Bunlung Nuangsaeng, visiting scholar from Mahidol University, Thailand - Effect of steroids on embyronic development in zebrafish

  3. Zachary DeQuattro - Effects of steroid hormones associated with concentrated animal feeding operations on reproduction in fathead minnows

  4. Dr. Huahong Shi, visiting professor from Eastern China Normal University, Shanghai, China - Endocrine disruption in frogs

  5. Patrick Murack, veterinary student - Effects of progestogens on sperm motility in fathead minnows

  6. Timothy Barry - Effects of anode surface modifications on the performance of a novel electrolytic water purification device

  7. Eric Koch - Effects of anode surface modifications on the performance of a novel electrolytic water purification device

  8. Evan Peissig - Effects of steroid hormones associated with concentrated animal feeding operations on reproduction in fathead minnows

  9. Ryan Olund - Effects of steroid hormones associated with concentrated animal feeding operations on reproduction in fathead minnows

  10. Anshita Anund - Effects of steroid hormones associated with concentrated animal feeding operations on sperm motility in fathead minnows

 

 

 

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