Barney Venables | Department of Biological Sciences

Barney Venables

Barney Venables
Emeritus Professor
ENV 310L
Dr. Venables' research interests include toxicology of industrial compounds and pollution biology.

Dr. Barney Venables teaches classes in the following subjects: Environmental Chemistry, Techniques in Environmental Analysis, Contemporary Topics in Biology, and Contemporary Topics in Environmental Science and Ecology.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Biology, University of North Texas
  • Master of Science, Biology, Baylor University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Baylor University

Selected Publications

  • Bioconcentration potential of ibuprofen in fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) and channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus). Arch. Env. Chem. and Toxicol. (2010).
  • Early life stage toxicity of selected pharmaceuticals to the fathead minnow, Pimephales promelas. Arch. Env. Chem. and Toxicol. (2010).
  • Lauroylethanolamide is a potent competitive inhibitor of lypoxygenase activity. FEBS Letters, (2010).

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