Dr Shelagh Malham

Reader in Marine Biology

Contact info

Room: Westbury Mount   Phone:01248 383252

E-Mail:S.Malham@bangor.ac.uk

I am a reader in Marine Biology in the School of Ocean Sciences. I completed my BSc (Jt. Hons. Marine Biology and Zoology) and PhD in Octopus immunology at Bangor University. Following a Marie Curie fellowship (on oyster immune function) in Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) station in Roscoff, France and a Return Marie Curie (immunology and genetics of oysters) I was made a Research Lecturer in 2007 and a Senior Research Fellow in 2015. I have been successful in obtaining a number of research council, EU and commercial funding.

My primary research is on environmental impacts on shellfish. This covers four main themes: i) Understanding the current ecological processes and functions which govern shellfish health, ii) Studying the impact of climate change on the abundance, distribution and health of shellfish, iii) Quantifying the terrestrial sources and impacts of pollutants and pathogens on shellfish, iv) As a cross-cutting theme running across these areas of science, my research seeks to understand the cascading effects of these drivers of change on the aquaculture industry, and the wider societal impacts on the ecosystem services that shellfish underpin.

My research is often applied science, driven by industry questions. When combined with novel scientific techniques and taking a holistic, multidisciplinary approach, this produces both cutting-edge science and research impact, with direct benefits to stakeholders as well as the research community.

Research Areas

  1. 80940 - ISPP - Irish Sea Portal Pilot

    Malham, S.

    10/01/1731/12/19

    Project: Research

  2. 80991 - BLUEFISH

    Malham, S.

    10/01/1731/01/21

    Project: Research

  3. Active Management Shellfish

    Malham, S.

    1/01/1731/07/17

    Project: Research

  4. Burry Inlet Cockle Mortality '09

    Malham, S.

    1/03/0931/07/10

    Project: Research

  5. COCKLES (EAPA_458/2016)

    Malham, S.

    1/10/1731/10/20

    Project: Research

  6. Cockle Mortality

    Malham, S.

    1/05/0717/07/08

    Project: Research

  7. Cockle Mortality Investigation - Phase 1

    Malham, S.

    1/01/0831/07/09

    Project: Research

  8. Cockle Mortality Investigation - Phase 2

    Malham, S.

    30/04/0831/07/09

    Project: Research

  9. Effect of UV Treatment on Pathogen survival

    Malham, S.

    1/11/1131/08/16

    Project: Research

  10. Further cockle analysis

    Malham, S.

    1/11/1031/08/11

    Project: Research

  11. Human Pathogens and Shellfish

    Malham, S.

    16/07/1226/08/16

    Project: Research

  12. KESS II PhD project with Deepdock Ltd BUK242

    Malham, S.

    1/10/1630/09/19

    Project: Research

  13. Menai Strait Oysters

    Malham, S.

    1/02/1931/08/19

    Project: Research

  14. SUSFISH

    Malham, S.

    1/11/0931/07/15

    Project: Research

  15. Shellfish Risk Management

    Malham, S.

    27/11/1831/12/19

    Project: Research