Keith Marlin Cox, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Marine Fisheries
Arts and Sciences - Natural Sciences - Biology
Juneau Campus: Anderson Bldg
- Ph.D., Fish Physiology and Bioenergetics: West Virginia University
- M.S., Aquatic Ecology: Texas State University
- B.S., Biology: Centenary College of Louisiana
For the past three years, Dr. Cox has served as the Director for the Alaska Native Science and Engineering (ANSEP) program at UAS and has taught microbiology in the department.
Prior to coming to UAS, Dr. Cox worked as a Fisheries Research Scientist and ANSEP Liaison for the US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service Auke Bay Laboratory, and was the science chair at Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka. Upon the closure of Sheldon Jackson, Dr. Cox served as the first Chair and co-founder of the board of the Sitka Sound Science Center. He is the co-founder of Certified Quality Foods, Inc., a seafood technology company that manufactures electrical impedance based quality and composition analyzers.