College of Health Sciences
Robert Marino earned a Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences and an M.S. in Anatomy and Cell Biology from the University of Michigan, and an M.S. and B.A. in Biology from Adelphi University. He has taught in medical, dental, and graduate programs; undergraduate and secondary programs. He is an environmental consultant in water quality/water pollution control and environmental risk assessment.
At Walden University, he has taught in the Masters in Public Health program and is a mentor in the PhD in Public Health program.
Areas of expertise include Environmental Health, Water Quality & Watershed Management, Environmental Microbiology, Water Pollution Control; Aquatic Ecology and Vertebrate Evolution; and Anatomy and Physiology.
Areas of research expertise include quantitative methods in environmental health and natural science research. Research interests include environmental microbiology (e.g., native microflora, pathogens, newly emerging diseases such as Dengue Fever), effects of human activities and climate change on the environment and populations.