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James Agee, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Leader of field trip investigating bats and echolocation on San Juan Island.

Jonathan Alberts, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Senior Research Associate at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Melissa Anderson, B.S.
University of Washington
The educational impacts of whale watching: The ability for whale watching educational programs to increase learning and produce an environmentally friendly attitude in whale watching tourists.

David Bain, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Three-dimensional recording of killer whale sounds for studies of communication, foraging, habitat usage, and assessing the effects of anthropogenic noise.

Elizabeth Balser, Ph.D.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Faculty for Marine Invertebrate Zoology course in summer 2003.

Michael Baltzley, B.S.
Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
The control of locomotion and the integration of behavior by the central nervous system in nudibrach gastropods.

Yvonne Beckham, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Research Scientist at the Center for Cell Dynamics involved in molecular experiments that are associated with various projects at the center.

William M Bement, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Visiting Research Fellow at Center for Cell Dynamics investigating regulation and mechanics of transient contractile structures.

Brian Bergamaschi, Ph.D.
California State University
Instrument validation tests on an in-situ measurement system designed for high frequency analysis of dissolved organic matter concentration and composition.

Sarah Berke, B.A.
University of South Carolina
Investigations of the behavioral evolution of decorating behavior of decorator crabs as a model system.

Christiane Biermann, Ph.D.
Portland State University
Evolution of reproductive barriers and population genetics of gamete recognition proteins in marine invertebrates.    

John Bishop, Ph.D.
Marine Biological Assoc of the UK
Illg Distinguished Lecturer for 2003.

John R. Blinks, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Washington
Isolation characterization and modification of recombinant photoproteins from Cnidaria.       

Stephen M. Bollens, Ph.D.
San Francisco State University
Biological oceanography and the interaction of marine life and the physical marine environment.

Sung Min Boo, Ph.D.
Chungnam National University
Use of molecular markers to address phylogeny of marine algae and to test species delimitation of the Laminariales brown algae and the Ceramiaceae red algae.

Elizabeth Boulding, Ph.D.
University of Guelph
Rapid evolution in response to invasions by non-indigenous species.

Paul Bourdeau, B.S.
SUNY at Stony Brook
Ecology and evolution of phenotypically plastic morphological traits and conditions under which they can be adaptive.

Christopher J. Brandon, Ph.D.
Chicago Medical School
Identification of cholinergic neurons in crustacean and molluscan nervous systems.

Cindy Lorrance Brandon, Ph.D.
FUHS, Chicago Medical School
Neural substrates of learning &amp; memory.

Eliot A. Brenowitz, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Neuroethology of acoustic communication in Pacific tree frogs.

Lyle L. Britt, M.S.
Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Ontogenetic changes in the feeding and vision ecology of larval lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus).

Kevin H. Britton-Simmons, B.S.
The University of Chicago
Establishment, spread, and impact of Sarassum muticum in kelp communities of the San Juan Islands.

Sherryl Broverman, Ph.D.
Duke University
Create electronically linked international curricula for non-science students at Duke University (USA) and Egerton University (Kenya) using the science of HIV/AIDS to stimulate critical thinking in non-science majors.

Federico Brown, B.S.
University of Washington
RA for research apprenticeship investigating Developmental Endocrinology of Arthropod Embryogenesis in Spring 2003.

Paulette Brunner, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Imaging specialist at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Patrick Bryan, Ph.D.
Central Washington University
Working with Jim McClintock.

Jennifer L. Burnaford, Ph.D.
University of Puget Sound
Effects of plant canopies on community structures.

Diane Burton, B.Sc.
University College of Fraser Valley
Leader of marine science field trip from Simon Fraser University.

Gennady Buznikov, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina
Neurotransmitters (acetylcholine and biogenic monoamines) as regulators of oogenesis and early embryogenesis.

Jeb Byers, Ph.D.
University of New Hampshire
The impact of non-indigenous invaders in native systems and whether their effects are more pronounced in marine reserves than in non-protected areas. Faculty leading research apprentices investigating ecological responses to closed fishing zones.

Shaun D. Cain, Ph.D.
University of Washington
The intersection of computers, neurobiology, behavior, and water flow in slugs, squirts, and sponges.

John Campbell, Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles
The microbial ecology of the marine shoreline.

Amy Carlile, B.S.
University of Washington
TA for Marine Phycology in Summer 2003.

Milton Peter Charlton, Ph.D.
University of Toronto
Synaptic transmission in Arthropods and Mollusks.

Corrina Chase
University of Washington
Evolution and ecology of complex algal life histories and marine conservation biology. RA to Terrie Klinger.

Aaron Cheng
Swarthmore College
The symbiotic effects between sea anemones and their symbiont zooxanthellae.

Fu-Shiang Chia, Ph.D.
University of Alberta, Edmonton
Write one or two separate autobiographical biographies of the two scholars lives.

Wei-Chun Chin, Ph.D.
Florida State University
The role of secretory granules in exocytosis Ca 2+ signaling pathways.

Andrew Christie, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Modulation of neural circuit activity by circulating hormones and diffusible gases.

Andrew Clark, B.S.
Blinks Scholar working with Drs. Dianna Padilla and Jeff Jensen on fish predation on Lacuna.

Howard Clarke, Ph.D.
Center for Cell Dynamics
Molecular and Cell Biologist at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Tansy Clay, M.S.
Unversity of Washington
Spatial ecology of colonial marine invertebrates &amp; zooplankton.

Daniel Cooper, M.S.
University of Washington
Effects of marine protected areas on fish population reproductive potential.

Jonathan Cowart, B.S.
Univ of North Carolina
Parthenogenesis, fertilization, and development in the seastar Pteraster tesselatus.

 

Michael V. Danilchik, Ph.D.
Oregon Health Sciences University
Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Lance Davidson, Ph.D.
University of Virginia
Guest of the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Roger deRoos, Ph.D.
Skagit Valley College
Faculty for Skagit Valley College.

Megan N. Dethier, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Shoreline habitat classification and the design of monitoring programs. Effects of stress on growth and reproduction of intertidal algae.    

Marta Díaz-Valdés, B.S.
Unidad Biologia Marina, Spain
Investigations into evolution and development with Dr. Billie Swalla.

Patsy Dickinson, Ph.D.
Bowdoin College
Modulation of neural networks controlling feeding in the kelp crab, Pugettia producta.

Chris Diorio, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Ongoing research to build an implantable computer. Specifically define the parameters of the chip to be built and build artificial silicon learning chips.

Eliot G. Drucker, Ph.D.
University of California, Irvine
Hydrodynamics of fish locomotion and evolution of aquaticpropulsor anatomy. Blinks Mentor in Summer 2003.

David O. Duggins, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Population biology and biomechanics of kelps. 

Erin Dunn, B.S.
Biological technician at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

James E. Eckman, Ph.D.
Office of Naval Research
Fate of kelp biomass and detutus in waters of San Juan Archipelago.

Steve Engstrom, B.S.
University of Maryland
Investigations of marine sedimentary infauna and their movements and the effects on the acoustic properties of sediments.

Peter V. Fankboner, Ph.D.
Simon Fraser University
Microphagous feeding in polychaetes and holothurians.

Victoria Foe, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Dynamics and function of actin and microtubules in cell shape changes and cytokinesis during early development of marine invertebrates. Research Professor associated with the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Roddy (Gerald) Foley, B.S.
University of Chicago
Research technician.

Gary L. Freeman, Ph.D.
University of Texas, Austin
Signal transduction and regional specification events during metamorphosis of larvae.

Carolyn Friedman, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Leader of conference examining of population dynamics of the northern abalone, Haliotis Kamtschatkana.

William N. Frost, Ph.D.
The Chicago Medical School
Behavioral and electrophysiological studies of decision-making and learning in the marine mollusk Tritonia diomedea.

Sophie B. George, Ph.D.
Georgia Southern University
Response of echinoderm larvae to sudden changes in salinity.

W. Rockwell Geyer, Ph.D.
Woods Hole
Faculty for course in Coastal &amp; Estuarine Fluid Dynamics in summer 2003.

Ryan Gile, B.S.
Research technician at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Raymon M. Glantz, Ph.D.
Rice University
Determine the contribution that neural synapses make to information processing in the nervous system.

Albert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Investigations of calcium regulation of muscle contraction.

Charles H. Greene, Ph.D.
Cornell University
Faculty for Marine Bioacoustics course in summer 2003.

Jake Gregg, M.S.
University of Washington
Diel otolith increment validation and other early life history observations of lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus).

Daniel Grunbaum, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Spatial ecology of colonial marine invertebrates and zooplankton. Faculty Summ. B '02

Kenneth Halanych, Ph.D.
Auburn University
Faculty for Evolution and Development of the Metazoans in summer 2003.

David Hamm, M.S.
RA for research apprenticeship in Marine Molecular Ecology in Spring 2003.

Jamila Harris, B.S.
Research assistant to Dr. Pedro Verdugo investigating marine biopolymer gels.

Jessica Hayden-Spear, B.S.
University of Washington
Assessment of nearshore habitats and surveys of juvenile and adult rockfish and adult lingcod in San Juan Channel. Implications on designs of Marine Protected Areas.

Michelle Herko, B.S.
University of Washington
RA for Verdugo's Research Apprentice team investigating oceanic self-assembling biopolymers.

Colin Hermans, Ph.D.
Friday Harbor Laboratories
Structure of marine invertebrates.

Paul Hershberger, Ph.D.
Marrowstone Marine Station
Faculty leading team of research apprentices endeavoring to discover latent viruses in Pacific Northwest fishes.

Andreas Heyland, B.S.
University of Florida
The role of thyroid hormones in evolution of developmental patterns in echinoderms.

Carole S. Hickman, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley
Writing a manuscript that will complete a series of papers on the form, function, development, and evolution of the gastropod larval shell. The ultimate goal is to provide a new perspective on gastropod biphasic life history.

Bertil Hille, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Delivered special lecture on ion channels.

Jason Hodin, Ph.D.
Seattle University
Led field trip on SPU students on marine science field trip.

John Horne, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Marine Bioacoustics course, which surveyed the distribution and abundance of local fish populations and measuring and modeling acoustic backscatter.

Jaquan Horton, B.S.
University of Massachussetts, Amherst
Blinks Scholar working with Drs. Adam Summers and Eliot Drucker on measurement of intramuscular pressures in swimming fish.

Raymond Huey, Ph.D.
University of Washington
The impact of mutation on performance traits and on fitness.

Rachel Hulscher
University of Washington
Winter bat survey using an echolocation detector and a Tuttle trap to live trap bats for identification.

Micha Ilan, Ph.D.
Tel Aviv University
examination of marine photosynthetic sponges, determination of sponge photobiont types, and importance of this symbiotic relationship

Erika V. Iyengar, Ph.D.
Muhlenberg College
The prevalence and benefits of kleptoparasitism in the gastropod Trichotropis cancellata.

Dana Jackson
Paine College
Blinks Scholar working with Dr. Tim Nelson on investigations of algal &quot;green tides.&quot;

Molly Jacobs, B.S.
University of Washington
Modes of development in marine invertebrates particularly the evolution of coloniality in ascidians.

William B. Jaeckle, Ph.D.
Illinois Wesleyan University

Jeffrey S. Jensen, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Resource partitioning and feeding performance among sympatric juvenile surfperches (Embiotocidae).

Joseph &amp; Connie Jones
OMSI Science Camps
Led marine science field trip from Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.

Joel Kingsolver, Ph.D.
Univ of NC, Chapel Hill
Review and synthesis of diverse lines of evidence from functional biology, evolutionary ecology and theoretical evolutionary genetics to explore the topography of real adaptive landscapes and evolution of such landscapes.

William Kinsey, Ph.D.
University of Kansas Medical Center
Development of single cell analytical methods that facilitate the study of Src-family protein kinase regulation of calcium fluxes in the fertilized egg.

David Kirschtel, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Workshop leader for Faculty Institute for Reforming Science Education.

Terrie Klinger, Ph.D.
Friday Harbor Laboratories
Evolution and ecology of complex algal life histories and marine conservation biology.

Richard Kocan, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty leading team of research apprentices investigating Emerging Diseases &amp; Latent Infections in Aquatic Organisms in Spring 2003.

Eugene Kozloff, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Differentiation dedifferentiation and redifferentiation of an acoel flatworm and acoel fauna of the region.

Lori Krueger, B.S.
University of Washington
Biological technician for Center for Cell Dynamics.

Hyung-Wook Kwon, B.S.
Arizona State University
Neurophysiological analysis of the ballistic startle response of the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina.

Charlie Lambert, Ph.D.
UW-Friday Harbor Laboratories
The role of ascidian follicle cells in maturation and fertilization. Faculty - Comparative Invertebrate Embryology.

Gretchen Lambert, M.S.
UW-Friday Harbor Laboratories
The taxonomy of ascidians of the NE Pacific including recently introduced non-native species, and the indigenous and non-indigenous ascidians of Guam.

Ann Larson, B.S.
University of Washington
Understanding the complex behavior of killer whales to aid in their protection.

Jean Miles Lauder, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina
Neurotransmitters (acetylcholine and biogenic monoamines) as regulators of oogenesis and early embryogenesis.

Matt Leber, B.S.
University of Washington
Engineering Technician at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Hunter Lenihan, Ph.D.
Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Faculty for Research Apprenticeship in Autumn 2003: Ecological Responses to Closed Fishing Zones.

Jeffrey Levinton, Ph.D.
SUNY at Stony Brook
Bivalve feeding selectivity and ingestion of kelp detritus.

Roger Longley, Ph.D.
Pacific Sciences Institute
Development of serotonergic neurons.

Parker MacCready, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Coastal and Estuarine Fluid Dynamics course in summer 2003.

Tara Macdonald, B.S.
Evolution and development of the Spirorbidae (Polychaeta)

George Mackie, Ph.D.
University of Victoria
Analysis of feeding circuitry in Aglantha.

Aleksey Malyshev, Ph.D.
Institute of Higher Nervous Activity, Moscow, Russia
Investigation of the neuronal mechanisms of behavioral hierarchy in Clione limacina.

Roberta Marinelli , Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Relationship between ecology &amp; chemistry of macrofaunal communities.

Gabriela Martinez, B.S.
University of New Hampshire
Development and evolution of locomotion in cephalopods. TA for Comparative Invertebrate Embryology in summer 2003.

Svetlana Maslakova, B.S.
Smithsonian Institution
Evolution, systematics, and comparative embryology of nemerteans, order Hoplonemertea (Nemertea).

James Maylie, Ph.D.
Oregon Health Sciences University
Calcium activted potassium channel and calcium signaling in sea urchin egg.

Ryan McCabe, B.S.
University of Washington
TA for Coastal and Estuarine Fluid Dynamics in Summer 2003.

James McClintock, Ph.D.
University of Alabama - Birmingham
To complete several scientific publications in the field of marine invertebrates and a grant proposal to be submitted to the National Science Foundation.

Katie McDonald, B.S.
University of Washington
Assessing the risks that invertebrate larvae run as they develop through settlement.

William N. McFarland, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Visual ecology of fishes.

Tammy McGovern, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Determining whether gender differences in cloning are common among clonal marine invertebrates and the influence of such differences on sex ratios in those species. Investigation of of the trade-offs between clonal and sexual reproduction.

Robert W. Meech, Ph.D.
University of Bristol
Electrophysiology of swimming in the jellyfish Aglantha digitale.  

Evgenia Megalou , B.S.
The Chicago Medical School
Neuronal basis of swimming and learning in the marine mollusk Tritonia diomedea.

Eli Meir, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Cellular cytoskeletal and mechanical bases for morphogenesis.

Rachel Ann Merz, Ph.D.
Swarthmore College
Biomechanical analysis of the setae of tube-dwelling polychetes.

John Meyer, B.S.
RA for research apprentice team investigating Ecological Responses to Closed Fishing Zones in autumn 2003.

Bruce Miller, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Investigations of nearshore and MPAs functions for fish species of diverse life histories, with emphasis on dispersal and retention of marine fish eggs, larvae, juveniles, and adults.

Claudia E. Mills, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Biology of medusae, ctenophores, and siphonophores and blooms and invasions in changing ocean ecosystems.

Juri Miyamae
Swarthmore College
Biomechanical analysis of the setae of tube-dwelling polychetes.

Trish Morse, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Collaborating on a vision and strategic plan for a contemporary biology undergraduate program that will be part of a digital library and the basis for building a community among the subdivisions of biological professional societies.

Edwin M. Munro, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Senior Research Associate at the Center for Cell Dynamics investigating the cellular, cytoskeletal and mechanical bases for morphogenesis.

James Murray, Ph.D.
University of Central Arkansas
Neural correlates of tidal flow orientation behavior in the nudibranch Tritonia.

Maurizio Murru
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Red macroalgae eco-physiology and carbo acquisition.

Kerry Naish, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Guest Lecturer for Marine Molecular Ecology 2003

Jonathan M. Nelson, Ph.D.
U.S. Geological Survey
Role of turbulence structure in bedload transport of sand and gravel.

Timothy Nelson, Ph.D.
Seattle Pacific University
Nutrient effects on ulvoid algae and toxic properties of these seaweeds.

Jan A. Newton, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Research coordination for Joint Effort to Monitor the Straits project.

Claus Nielsen, Ph.D.
University of Copenhagen
Special guest lecturer for Evolution and Development of the Metazoans course in Summer 2003.

Lyudmila Nikitina, Ph.D.
Koltzov Institute of Dev Biology
Neurotransmitters (acetylcholine and biogenic monoamines) as regulators of oogenesis and early embryogenesis.

Tigran P. Norekian, Ph.D.
Arizona State University
Neuronal mechanisms of the feeding arousal in the predatory pteropod mollusc Clione limacina.

Eileen O'Connor, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Leader of Biology 180 field trip.

Charles O'Kelly, Ph.D.
Bigelow Laboratory Of Ocean Studies
Taxonomy and phylogenetic investigations of microalgae and protozoa, with special emphasis on smaller green algae and amoebae. Faculty for Marine Phycology in 2003.

Garry Odell, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Research Apprenticeship in cell biology and morphogenesis in Acetabularia. Director of Center for Cell Dynamics at Friday Harbor Laboratories.

Shigeko Ooishi, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Taxonomy of copepods associated with ascidians.

Rich Osborne, Ph.D.
The Whale Museum

Joann J. Otto, Ph.D.
Purdue University
Actin-fascin interactions in filopodia of sea urchin coelomocytes.  

Fernanda Oyarzun, B.S.
University of Washington
RA for Ecological Responses to Closed Fishing Zones in Autumn 2003.

Bob Pacunski
Washington Dept of Fish &amp; Wildlife
Surveys of bottomfish populations in the San Juan Islands.

Dianna K. Padilla, Ph.D.
SUNY at Stony Brook
Ecology and evolution of phenotypically plastic morphological traits and conditions under which they can be adaptive.

Mario Pamatmat, Ph.D.
San Francisco State University
A theory of ecosystem energetics that is in accord with new knowledge about all the processes involved in oxygen dynamics.

Galina A. Pavlova, Ph.D.
A.N. Belozersky Institute
Development of intracellular etched silicon microelectrodes.

Jacob Penniman
Dickinson College
The neural control of settlement and metamorphosis in larvae of marine invertebrates.

Bruno Pernet, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Functional morphology and evolution of feeding and nonfeeding larval development in annelids. Faculty for Marine Invertebrate Zoology in summer 2003.

Amber Phillips, B.S.
TA - Marine Zoology / Marine Botnay - Spring 2003

Anthony Pires, Ph.D.
Dickinson College
The neural control of settlement and metamorphosis in larvae of marine invertebrates.

Thomas J. Pirtle, M.S.
Arizona State University
Cellular properties of isolated swim internerrons of Clione limacina.

Robert D. Podolsky, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina
Protection against physical stresses for embryos developing in intertidal habitats.

Stephanie Porter, B.S.
Blinks Scholar working with Dr. John Campbell on bacterial biofilm impediments to larval settlement.

Alexander Primus, M.S.
University of Texas, Austin
Development and evolution of regulatory interactions.

Roger Redondo, B.S.
University of Central Arkansas
The role of pedal 3 motoneuron in turning while crawling in the free moving slug nudibranch Tritonia diomedia. RA to Jim Murray.

Mary Rice, Ph.D.
Smithsonian Marine Station
Reproduction, development and phylogeny of the Sipuncula.

Lynn Riddiford, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty leading research apprentice team investigating Developmental Endocrinology of Arthropod Embryogenesis in Spring 2003.

Ellis B. Ridgway, Ph.D.
Medical College of Virginia
The role of calcium transients in muscle contraction.

Lesilee Rose
Friday Harbor Laboratories

Yuichi Saito, B.S.
University of Washington
Assisting Dr. Terrie Klinger with investigations into a sudden occurrance of oysters around the San Juans.

Anne Salomon, B.S.
Univrsity of Washington
RA for research apprentice team investigating Ecological Responses to Closed Fishing Zones in Autumn 2003.

Yianna Samuel, B.S.
Cornell University
TA for Marine Bioacoustics course during Summer 2003.

Craig Sandgren, Ph.D.
Physiological and life history adaptations of seaweeds for life in the intertidal. Practical systematics of local phytoplankton.

Scott Santagata, Ph.D.
University of Southern California
Metamorphosis of marine invertebrate larvae.

Christian Sardet, Ph.D.
Station Zoologique, Villefranche sur mer
Visitor to the Center for Cell Dynamics, and special guest lecturer for course in Evolution and Development of the Metazoans in summer 2003

Richard A. Satterlie, Ph.D.
Arizona State University
Control of lomocotory speed in the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina.  

Daniela Schiopu, M.S.
Georgia Southern University
Blinks Scholar working with Dr. Sophie George on the effect of salinity on echinoderm larvae.

Mark Schmeeckle, Ph.D.
Florida State University
Visualizuation experiments of the entrainment and disentrainment of suspended sediment by turbulence structures with high-speed video and a high-power, infrared, laser-diode light sheet. 

Allen W. Schuetz, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins University
Hormone signal transduction mechanisms in starfish gonads.

Anita Sederstrom, B.S.
University of Washington
Filming fish schools off the floating dock for D. Grunbaum to determine the spatial and behavioral ecology of fish in near shore waters.

Robert Self, M.S.
University of Washington
Acoustic remote-sensing of soft-bottom benthic environments. Benthic deposit-feeder strategies for enhancing gut-juice nutrient concentration.    

Kristen Severi, B.S.
Dickinson College
The neural control of settlement and metamorphosis in larvae of marine invertebrates.

Kristin M. Sherrard, Ph.D.
University of Chicago
Effect of scaling factors on performance and survival in a suspension-feeding marine invertebrate. RA for research apprentice team investigating gene network dynamics and cellular behavior.

Irina Sinakevitch, Ph.D.
University of Arizona
Comparative anatomy and neurotransmitter immunohistochemistry in optic lobes of different arthropod classes.    

Bridget Smith, B.S.
University of Washington 

Jodi Smith, B.S.
RA for research apprentice team investigating Field Methods in Marine Mammalogy.   

Toni Lynn Smythe, B.S.
University of New Mexico
The role of calcium during oocyte maturation and fertization.

Erik E. Sotka, Ph.D.
Stanford University
Faculty for Research Apprenticeship on Marine Molecular Ecology in Spring 2003.

Craig Staude, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Systematics and biology of gammaridean amphipods and leptostracans.

Peter Stauffer, B.S.
University of Washington
Working with NW Straits Commission to document spawning habitats of forage fish in San Juan County.

Laura Steindler, B.S.
Tel Aviv University
Examination of marine photosynthetic sponges, determination of sponge photobiont types, and importance of this symbiotic relationship.

Megumi Strathmann, M.S.
University of Washington
Re-evaluation of Northeast Pacific species of the seastar genus Henricia. Long-lived veligers of Fusitriton oregonensis.

Richard Strathmann, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Modes of development of marine invertebrates. Evolution of development rates. Faculty Summer A '03

Steve Stricker, Ph.D.
University of New Mexico
The role of calcium during oocyte maturation and fertization.

Adam Summers, Ph.D.
University of California, Irvine
Locomotor constraints and opportunities presented by a cartilagious skeleton. Blinks Mentor in Summer 2003.

Donald Summers
University of Washington

William Sunderland, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Research Scientist at the Center for Cell Dynamics.

Billie Swalla, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Evolution &amp; Development of the Metazoans '03. Conducted research on the evolution of development in deuterostomes.

Alison Sweeney, B.S.
Duke University
The phenomenon of transparency in pelagic animals, such as ctenophores and hydrozoan jellyfish.

Brett Szymik, B.S.
Arizona State University
Control of lomocotory speed in the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina.

Rowann Tallmon, M.A.
The Whale Museum
Marine Mammal Stranding Network.

Kohtaro Tanaka, B.S.
University of Washington
RA for research apprentice team investigating Developmental Endocrinology of Arthropod Embryogenesis in Spring 2003.

Frans Tax, Ph.D.
University of Arizona
Mechanisms of cell growth control in plants.

Kara Sue Thomas, B.S.
Arizona State University
Control of lomocotory speed in the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina.

Emily Thompson

Laurenz Thomsen, Ph.D.
International University Bremen
Fluid flow visualization around biogenic structures under different flow conditons.

Erik Thuesen, Ph.D.
The Evergreen State College
Leader of marine science field trip from Evergreen State College.

James Truman, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty leading a team of research apprentices investigating developmental endocrinology of arthropod embryogenesis.

Saigiridhar Tummala
University of Central Arkansas
Neural correlates of tidal flow orientation behavior in the nudibranch Tritonia.

Kevin Turner, B.S.
University of Washingtion
TA for Marine Zoology / Marine Botany in spring 2003.

Dawn Vaughn, B.S.
University of Washington
TA for Marine Invertebrate Zoology during summer 2003.

Pedro Verdugo, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Carbon cycling in the ocean.

Kathryn Vogel, Ph.D.
University of New Mexico
Isolation and characterization of proteoglcyans from the tunic of tunicates.

George von Dassow, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Senior Residence Associate at the Center for Cell Dynamics, investigating dynamics and function of actin and microtubules in cell shape changes and cytokinesis during early development of marine invertebrates.

Michelangelo von Dassow, B.S.
University of California, Berkeley
The influence of physical processes on development &amp; behavior.

Peter von Dassow, B.S.
University of California, San Diego
Collection and investigations on specimens of live planktonic dinoflagellates Noctiluca scintillans and Ceratium fusus using daily plankton tows from FHL dock.

David S. Wethey, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Development and evaluation of non-invasive technologies for measurements of infaunal activities.

Kenia Whitehead
University of Washington

Dennis Willows, Ph.D.
University of Washington
New silicon technologies to record from the nervous systems of freely behaving animals.

Sarah A. Woodin, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Development and evaluation of non-invasive technologies for measurements of infaunal activities.

H. Arthur Woods, Ph.D.
University of Texas, Austin
Temperature-oxygen interactions and their consequences for the evolution of insect and marine-invertebrate reproductive structures.

Owen Woodward, B.S.
University of Washington
Immunofluorescence studies and neurobiology of Tritonia diomedea.

Russell Wyeth, B.S.
University of Washington
Field behavioral studies and implantable computers in brain of Tritonia diomedea.

Brion Wysor, Ph.D.
Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences
Assisted Phycology course in molecular investigations of "green tide" algal bloom.

Kirk Zigler, Ph.D.
Duke University
Speciation and the evolution of development in echinoderms.

Russel L. Zimmer, Ph.D.
University of Southern California
Culture of the cyphonautes larva of an unidentified ctenostome of the genus Alcyonidium to determine the plesiomorphic functional and morphological attributes of this bryozoan larval form.