Very big congratulations to our lab alumnus, Joseph Maina, who has received the prestigious ISRS World Reef Award. The award recognises Maina’s tremendous scientific and conservation achievements. Maina is now an ISRS Fellow for life and will be presenting a
Congratulations Damaris for being awarded a Lizard Island Doctoral Fellowship. The fellowship include 100 person days at the station each year for her PhD.
Diego’s research on scaling metabolism from individuals to reef-fish communities won the first prize for ‘best student presentation‘ at the The International Biogeography Society Early Career Conference 2014 in Canberra.
Toni’s research on integrating coral life history trait data into species distribution models won a best student presentation award at the Australian Coral Research Society conference in Sydney last week.
Marcela has been awarded the Science for Management Award by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, to work on her PhD project, Understanding Soft Coral Population Viability in the Face of Climate Change.
Josh has been awarded an Australian Research Council Future (ARC) Fellowship for a project integrating biomechanics and ecology: moving from an individual- to population-level understanding of the effects of environmental change. The fellowship provides four years of salary and research
Marcela has been awarded an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship to study coral ecology and biogeography with the Computational Ecology Group.