Networking Hours with our ELHS mentors

Our mentors have profoundly shaped the Early Life History Section for many years.

Come for advise, reconnect, chat, ask questions.  If you want, have a virtual beer together.

Networking hour I: Friday 6/25 | 20:00 - 22:00 PM (EDT)

Dr. Frank Hernandez
Division of Coastal Sciences | University of Southern Mississippi
Larval ecology, recruitment, transport, behavior

Dr. David Conover
Emeritus Professor of Biology | University of Oregon
Local adaptation, sex-determination, fisheries-induced evolution

Lee Fuiman
Fisheries & Mariculture Laboratory | University of Texas at Austin
Physiology of fish larvae, Maternal-offspring nutrient transfer, Food-web dynamics

Stu Ludsin
Aquatic Ecology Laboratory | The Ohio State University
Aquatic food webs, freshwater & marine, Great Lakes, climate change

Jeff Leis
Centre for Ecology and Biodiversity | University of Tasmania
Larval tropical fish, underwater behavior, population connectivity & dispersal

Networking hour II: Saturday 6/26 | 14:30 - 16:00 (EDT)

Dr. Catriona Clemmesen
Marine Evolutionary Ecology | Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Larval fish growth, nutrition, ocean acidification, RNA:DNA

Dr. Arild Folkvord
Department of Biological Sciences | University of Bergen
Fish early life growth, survival, recruitment

Dr. Audrey Geffen
Department of Biological Sciences | University of Bergen
Aquaculture, larval Fish Biology, age and growth, otolith shape and microchemistry

Dr. Tom Miller
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory | University of Maryland
Modeling, recruitment, recreational fisheries

Dr. Hannah Murphy
Research Scientist | Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada
marine ecology, population dynamics, fish early life history