Luke Ryan is an educator and researcher in the fields of STEM education and reproductive biology in aquaculture. Previously, he has worked both as an Academic skills Advisor with Student support and as an Academic Mentor with Buranga Centre at USC. Recently, he found his passion teaching into STEM in the Tertiary Preparation Pathway where he facilitates adult learner participation in undergraduate pathways in his role as Associate Lecturer within the school of Education and Tertiary Access. His research interests include biotechnologies in reproductive development in crustaceans and STEM tertiary education pathways.
- Associate Fellow with Advanced Higher Education
- Reproductive development in crustaceans
- STEM educational pathways
Tuan Viet Nguyen, Luke W. Ryan, Josephine Nocillado, Marc Le Groumellec, Abigail Elizura, Tomer Ventura. (2020) Transcriptomic changes across vitellogenesis in the black tiger prawn (Penaeusmonodon), neuropeptides and G protein-coupled receptorsrepertoire curation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2020.113585