I am currently a Marine Biology Doctorate Student in the ToBo Lab at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. My research explores local adaptation and acclimatization to climate change stressors, specifically ocean acidification and thermal stress on marine invertebrates.
I will be conducting an experiment exploring transgenerational impacts of climate change on larval urchins. In addition, I will be collaborating with fellow Tobo Lab member Dr. Chris Jury on an NSF funded project investigating acclimatization to global change in corals and other coral reef organisms. Learn more about my research here.
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