Address: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
MS #34, Woods Hole, MA 02543
Telephone: (508) 457-7900
Date of Birth: 21 July 1967, U.S. Citizen
Education: B. A., Biology, Salem State College, May
Ph. D., Biology, Northeastern University, September
Dissertation title: A systematic evaluation of the
genus Apocyclops (Lindberg, 1942)
Present Status: Guest Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution, and Senior Project Manager, ENSR Company, Woods Hole, MA
Taxonomy and systematics of marine invertebrates
Deep-Sea Mollusks and the usefulnes of morphological
characteristic for phylogenetic analyses.
Senior Project Manager, ENSR Consulting and Engineeering,
Guest Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
1996-1998 (NSF PEET Award 94-109).
Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Northeastern University,
Part-Time Faculty, Northeastern University, Summer,
Secondary Education, Grades 9-12, 1988-1990.
Panel Member, National Science Foundation, Research
Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), 1996-present.
Treasurer, New England Estuarine Research Society, 1996-present
Assistant Editor, NU Biology, 1994-1995
Sigma Xi National Research Honor Society
Phi Sigma National Biology Honor Society
President, Northeastern University Chapter, 1992-1994,
Massachusetts Certification in Secondary Education,
investigations and experiences:
Development of computerized specimen database and World
Wide Web homepage for aplacophoran mollusks
Workshop and Special Topics on Molecular Evolution,
Principal Instructor, Dr. Mitch Sogin, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods
Hole, MA, August 3-22, 1997.
Collection and Identification of Salt Marsh Microcrustacea,
Massachusetts Audubon Society (Duxbury, MA), July 1997.
SFDODS Farallon Island Cruise, US Army Corps of Engineers,
collection of deep sea bethos using box corer and sediment profile imaging.
R/V POINT SUR, October 1998.
GLOBEC Broadscale Cruise, National Marine Fisheries
Service, collection and sorting of fish larvae and zooplankton, R/V OCEANUS,
OC298, February 1997.
Collection of Aplacophoran Mollusks (Chaetodermacanadense
from the Gulf of Maine, R/V Lee, December, 1996.
Histological sectioning and staining of aplacophoran
mollusks. September 1996-present.
Allozyme and Cellulose Acetate Techniques, Principal
Investigator, Dr. Paul D. N. Hebert, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario,
Morphological examination of Indonesian copepods in
the Genus Apocyclops, Principal Investigator, C. H. Fernando, University
of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, September, 1993.
Recombinant DNA and RNA methodologies course, INTRON/EXON,
Marine Biological Laboratory, August, 1993
Collection of Salt Marsh Cyclopoid Copepods, East and
West Coasts of North America, September 1990-present.
University Lectures taught: Environmental and Population
Arnofsky, P. The systematic status of the genus Apocyclops.
NU Biology. Fall 1994. Vol. 1, No. 1
Arnofsky, P. 1996a. A systematic evaluation of the genus
(Lindberg, 1942). Dissertation Abstract. UMI. 9711367.
Arnofsky, P. 1996b. A systematic evaluation of the genus
(Lindberg, 1942). Ph.D. Dissertation, Northeastern University. Pp. 244.
Arnofsky, P. 1997. Interview with Dr. Arthur Humes.
Monoculus. Number 34.
Blake, J.A. and Pamela L. Arnofsky. Reproduction and
larval development of the spioniform polychaeta
with application to systematics and phylogeny. In Developments in
Hydrobiology. Proceeding of the Meeting on Reproductive Strategies in Marine
Invertebrates. Osnabrück, Germany. In Press
Arnofsky, P. Spiomenia spiculata, gen.
et sp. nov. (Aplacophora: Neomeniomorpha) collected from the deep waters
of the West European Basin. The Veliger. In Press.
Arnofsky, P. MS. Review and Redefinition of the genus
Apocyclops (Lindberg, 1942) (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) with the description
of a new species, Apocyclops eruberi..
Arnofsky, P. and C.S. Patten. MS. Systematic status
of the Genus Spiomenia with description of Spiomenia lolliae,
a new species of neomeniod aplacophoran.
Arnofsky, P. Two new species in the genus Spiomenia
Neomeniomorpha, Simrothiellidae) collected from the deep waters of the
Atlantic. (In preparation).
Arnofsky, P. and E. Ruber. Intraspecific and interspecific
morphometric variation in the genus Apocyclops (Copepoda: Cyclopoida).