Michael D. Guiry
MIke Guiry born Youghal, Ireland 1949. B.Sc. and M.Sc., National University of Ireland (University College, Cork, 1970, 1972). Ph.D. University of London (1976). D.Sc. University of London (1988).
Lecturer in Botany, University College, Galway (1979-1989), Associate Professor (1989-1996), Professor of Botany (1996-2009). Visiting Research Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia (1987-88). James Professor in Pure and Applied Sciences, St Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada (1989). Director of the Ryan Marine Science Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway (1996-2009).
Elective posts and appointments
Member of the Royal Irish Academy (1991; on Council and in Office, 1994-1996; Vice-President 1995-7). Editor-in-Chief of Phycologia, the Journal of the International Phycological Society (1989-1993). President (1996-1997) of the International Phycological Society. President of the British Phycological Society (2005-2006). International Vice-President, Phycological Society of America (2012-2013).
Honours and recognition
- Who's Who in Ireland: the Influential 1,000. Eds 1, 2 and 3 (1984 to date)
- Emertitus Professor of Botany, National University of Ireland, Galway (2010)
- Lifetime Honorary Member, International Phycological Society (2010)
- Annual Award of Excellence Phycological Society of America (2010)
- Lifetime Honorary Member, British Phycological Society (2011)
Author of A Consensus and Bibliography of Irish Seaweeds (Cramer, 1979), co-author of Seaweed Resources in Europe: Uses and Potential (Guiry & Blunden, Wiley, 1991), co-author of Check-list and Atlas of the Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland (Hardy & Guiry, British Phycological Society, Ed. 1, 2003; Ed. 2, 2006), Seaweeds -
A colour identification guide to seaweeds of the World. (Braune & Guiry, 2011), A Catalogue of Irish Seaweeds (2012), and author of more than 240 research publications and articles on taxonomy, life histories, biodiversity, photoperiodism, molecular biology and commercial utilisation of marine and terrestrial algae.
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Guiryella Huisman & Kraft, with one species Guiryella repens Huisman et Kraft from western and southern Australia. Cordylecladia guiryi from Sicily and Gloiocladia guiryi from Pacific Russia. Fucus guiryi from the north-eastern Atlantic.
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Photo: © Edmund J. Guiry