Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture
James Cook University
Chaoshu Zeng is an Associate Professor at the College of Marine and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University (JCU), Australia. He obtained both his BSc and MSc in Marine biology from Xiamen University, China and his PhD from the University of Wales, Bangor, UK. He was a postdoctoral fellow at Kyoto University and at Seikai National Fisheries Research Institute, Nagasaki, Japan.To date, he has published more than90 publications, of which 83 are published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. He is on the editorial boards of several international journals and has been invited to review grant applications for a number of international funding agencies. He is currently also appointed as a visiting chair professor at Xiamen University, China and as an adjunct professor at Shanghai Ocean University, China.
Dr. Chaoshu Zeng research interests include development of culture techniques for commercially important crustaceans and marine ornamentals; ecophysiology and behaviour of crustacean larvae and juveniles; toxicology of effluent water to aquatic animals; crustacean nutrition and formulated feed development; as well as copepod biology and culture. He currently leads two research teams, focusing on development of aquaculture techniques for tropical crustaceans and captive breeding of marine ornamentals,respectively, at JCU.