< Research at FHL 2004
Friday Harbor Laboratories

Researchers at FHL

2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 |2004 | 2003 | 2002


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


Nathan Ahlgren
University of Washington
TA Spring 04 - Marine Molecular Ecology

Linnea Aiello
Stanford University
Developing and testing heat budget models for high shore littorine snails under extremes of high temperature exposure.

Jonathan Allen, B.S.
University of North Carolina
TA for Marine Invertebrate Zoology 2004.

Pia Anderwald
University of Durham
Behavioral ecology of minke whales.

Emanuel Azizi
Univ of Massachusetts - Amherst
TA for the Functional Morphology and Ecology of Marine Fishes course.

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.

Andrew Barclay, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Seismic Deformation & Volcanic, Hydrothermal & Biologic Activity Along the Endeavor Ridge 2004

Anne Beaudreau, B.A.
University of Washington
TA for Marine Fish Ecology 2004.

Sarah Berke, B.A.
University of South Carolina
Investigate the fitness impacts of convergent behaviors, drawing comparisons between phyla.

Christiane Biermann, Ph.D.
Portland State University
Faculty for Marine Molecular Ecology 2004.

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

Natika Bock
University of Victoria
Blinks Fellow working with Dr. Shaun Cain on response to flow by Tritonia diomedea.

Paul Bourdeau, M.S.
SUNY at Stony Brook
Ecology and evolution of phenotypic plasticity and marine invasion ecology.

Beth Brainerd, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Faculty for Functional Morphology and Marine Ecology of Fishes 2004.

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 fishes.

Nydia Brooks
Fisk University
Blinks Fellow working with Dr. Vik Iyengar on sexual selection in amphipods.

Federico Brown, B.S.
University of Washington
Evolution and development of the germ line.

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

John A. Buckland-Nicks, Ph.D.
St. Francis Xavier University
The fate of sperm organelles during fertilization in chitons (Polyplacophora)

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

Chris Butson, M.S.
Cleveland Clinic
Cellular and neuronal mechanisms of learning and sensory information processing in simple marine invertebrate systems (Aplysia and Hermissenda).

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

Shaun D. Cain, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for From Neurons to Behavior: Comparative Neurobiology of Marine Invertebrates 2004. The intersection of computers, neurobiology, behavior, and water flow in slugs, squirts, and sponges.

John Campbell, Ph.D.
University of California
The microbial ecology of the high tide zone.

Marianne Cataldo
Muhlenberg College
Factors that may have limited the evolutionary radiation of suspension feeding in marine snails.

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

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

Greg Clark, Ph.D.
University of Utah
Cellular neuronal mechanisms of learning and sensory information processing in simple marine invertebrate systems (Aplysia and Hermissenda).

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

Tansy Clay, M.S.
University of Washington
Spatial ecology of colonial marine invertebrates & zooplankton.

Michael V. Danilchik, Ph.D.
Oregon Health Sciences University
Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Cell Dynamics. Microtubules and membrane dynamics during embryonic cell division.

Nicole Danos
University of Massachusetts
TA for Functional Morphology and Ecology of Marine Fishes 2004.

Joel Davis, Ph.D.
Office of Naval Research
Observe recording and stimulating techniques in Hermissenda being used to measure the ability of various cells and circuits in this organism known to sense changes in a magnetic field.

Horatio de la Iglesia, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Planning research project to study biological clocks in crabs.

Mason Dean
University of California - Irvine
TA - Functional Morphology & Ecology of Marine Fishes 2004.

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. Faculty for Marine Zoology/Marine Botany 2004 and Marine Algae 2004.

Yongxue Ding, M.S.
Florida State University
RA to Pedro Verdugo and Wei-Chun Chin.

Paolo Domenici, Ph.D.
International Marine Center
Fish locomotion in relation with predator-prey interactions.

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

Paul Fitzgerald, M.S.
University of California, Davis
Morphological, biogeographical, and phylogenetic extinction and survivorship in the terebratulide brachiopods.

Elizabeth Fly
University of Puget Sound
Effects of plant canopies on community structures.

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.

Colleen Fox
Georgia Southern University
RA - Sophie George

Gary L. Freeman, Ph.D.
University of Texas, Austin
Post-metamorphic developmental changes in larvae that are prevented from settling.

Stephan Gauthier, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Fisheries acoustics.

Sophie B. George, Ph.D.
Georgia Southern University
Reproductive output, larval growth, development and metamorphosis of echinoderms under various environmental conditions.

Lisa Gilbane
California State University, Fullerton
TA - Marine Algae

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

Amy Glaub, B.S.
University of Washington
TA for Marine Zoology/Marine Botany 2004

Joshua Graber
College of Wooster
RA - Vik Iyengar

Charles H. Greene, Ph.D.
Cornell University
Developing plans for a bioaucoustical observatory of the west side of San Juan Island.

Gary Greene, Ph.D.
California State University
Use of multibeam bathymetry and backscatter data to investigate habitat (bottomfish, mammals, inverts, etc.) and marine geology within the San Juan Islands and the adjacent transboundary region between the U.S. and Canada.

Erin Grey, B.A.
University of Chicago
RA for Scott Lidgard

Alexander Gruhl, M.S.
Freie Universitat Berlin
Origin and formation of body cavities in Bryozoa.

Daniel Grunbaum, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Larval Ecology 2004.

Mike Guiry, D.Sc.
National University of Ireland
Collection of Prasiolales (Algae, Chlorophyta) for morphological and molecular studies.

Don Gunderson, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Marine Fish Ecology 2004.

Kristin Hannon
University of Washington
Developing field methods to sample lingcod food habits, estimate lingcod consumption rates, estimate lingcod and rockfish population sizes and size-structure.

Kevin Hardy
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Monitor Orcas and the affects human activities have on their behavior.

Elizabeth Harrison
Howard University
Blinks Scholar 04 with Sophie George

S. Alexandra Hart, B.A.
Center for Cell Dynamics
RA - Ed Munro

Meika Hashimoto
Swarthmore College
RA - Rachel Merz. Functional morphology of invertebrates.

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.

Scottie Y. Henderson, Ph.D.
University of Washingon Tacoma
Life histories of the bryozoan fauna of the San Juan Islands.

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

Andreas Heyland, B.S.
Whitney Laboratory
Evolution of signaling pathways.

John Hildebrand
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Monitor Orcas and the affects human activities have on their behavior.

A. Rus Hoelzel, Ph.D.
University of Durham
Behvaioral ecology of minke whales.

Emilie Hooft, Ph.D.
University of Oregon
Faculty for Seismic Deformation & Volcanic, Hydrothermal & Biologic Activity Along the Endeavor Ridge 2004.

Daniel Huber, B.S.
University of South Florida
RA for Functional Morphology and Ecology of Marine Fishes 2004.

Kolleen Irvine, B.S.
University of Washington
Nearshore habitat of refuge islands and management objectives for the refuge.

Fumio Iwata, DSc.
Hokkaido University
Taxonomic studies on new and reported species of nemerteans from Friday Harbor.

Erika V. Iyengar, Ph.D.
Muhlenberg College
Factors that may have limited the evolutionary radiation of suspension feeding in marine snails.

Vik Iyengar, Ph.D.
Villanova University
How the costs and benefits of reproductive behaviors shape the evolution of mating systems.

Jeffrey S. Jensen, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Limits to performance and ecological impact of the molluscivore Rhacochilus vacca (Embiotocidae).

Matthew Johnson
University of Central Arkansas
Blinks Fellow working with Dr. Jim Murray on neuroethology of Tritonia diomedea.

Anders Jordan
Copenhagen University
Wainwright Fellow working with Dr. Paolo Domenici during summer 2004.

Carrie Kappel, B.S.
Stanford University
TA for Marine Conservation Biology 2004

Paul S. Katz, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
Whether the roles of homologous serotonergic neurons in related nudibranchs were conserved during evolution of divergent behaviors.

Stephen C. Kempf, Ph.D.
Auburn University
Structure and function of the apical sensory organ in larval molluscs and other invertebrate species.

Art Kendall, Ph.D.
NOAA
Faculty for Marine Fish Ecology 2004. Larval fish ecology and systematics, recruitment processes in relation to MPAs.

Hyung-Geun Kim, Ph.D.
Kangnung National University (Korea)
Cell and tissue culture of Guateloupia spp (Rhodophyte)

Joel Kingsolver, Ph.D.
Univ of NC, Chapel Hill
Develop and apply statistical methods for estimation and hypothesis testing of selection gradiant functions. Develop educational software for teaching evolutionary biology.

Terrie Klinger, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Marine Conservation Biology 2004. Nearshore ecology; marine conservation biology and management.

Michal Kowalewski, Ph.D.
Virginia Polytechnic State University
Faculty for Predator-Prey Interactions 2004

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

Richard Krause, M.S.
Virginia Tech
TA for Predator-Prey Interactions 2004.

Lori Krueger, B.S.
University of California - Davis
Cell division and cytokinesis in sea urchin and nematode early embryos.

Amy Lambert, B.A.
University of Washington
Developing site treatments and revegetation methods for prairie restoration at American Camp.

Charles Lambert, Ph.D.
UW-Friday Harbor Laboratories
The role of ascidian follicle cells in egg maturation.

Gretchen Lambert, M.S.
UW-Friday Harbor Laboratories
The indigenous and non-indigenous ascidians of the Pacific NW and Guam.

Lyndsey Lefebvre, B.S.
University of California, Santa Cruz
TA Pelagic Ecosystem Function in the San Juan Archipelago 2004

Lindsey Leighton, Ph.D.
San Diego State University
Faculty for Predator-Prey Interactions 2004.

Scott Lidgard, Ph.D.
Field Museum of Natural History
Mechanisms of predation on bryozoan colonies.

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

George Mackie, Ph.D.
University of Victoria
Comparative and evolutionary neurobiology of hydromedusae.

Aleksey Malyshev, Ph.D.
Russian Academy of Sciences
Investigation of the neuronal mechanisms offeeding behavior in the pteropod mollusk Clione limacina.

Lucia Manni, Ph.D.
University of Padova
Morphology and physiology of sensory organs and their evolutionary significance in chordates.

Daphne Manousaki, Ph.D.
Vanderbilt University
Center for Cell Dynamics.

Roberta Marinelli, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Experimental manipulations of rates of organism relocation by large macrofauna.

Svetlana Maslakova, M.A.
Smithsonian Institution
TA for Comparative Invertebrate Embryology 2004

Elizabeth (Beth) Matta, B.S.
University of Washington
TA - Marine Fish Ecology 2004

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

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

Mark McDonald
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Monitor Orcas and the affects human activities have on their behavior.

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

Stephen McLean, Ph.D.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Role of turbulence structure in bedload transport of sand and gravel.

Duane McPherson, Ph.D.
SUNY at Geneseo
Synaptic organization of identifiable serotonergic neurons in the brain of Clione limacina, and in the contribution of thse neurons to swimming behavior.

Noyle McPherson
Oakwood College
Blinks Fellow working with Dr. Wei-Chun Chin on ATP-catalyzed exocytosis of microgels in Phaeocystis and Karenia.

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

Rachel Ann Merz, Ph.D.
Swarthmore College
Functional morphology of invertebrates.

Bjorn Millard
University of Washington
Center for Cell Dynamics.

Luke Miller, B.S.
Stanford University
Developing and testing heat budget models for high shore littorine snails under extremes of high temperature exposure.

Claudia E. Mills, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Biology of medusae, ctenophores, and siphonophores; blooms and invasions in changing ocean ecosystems; invasion of bivalve nuttallia obscurata into Puget Sound; plant surveys of UW properties in the San Juan Islands.

Brian Moore, A.S.
University of Washington
Near shore marine reserves and methods of remotely monitoring their status.

Joshua Morrison
University of Central Arkansas
Pedal 3 neuron of Tritonia diomedea and how it controls foot movement.

Madelon Mottet, Ph.D.
Alaska Sea Farms, Inc.
Methods to reduce predation on newly-set bivalves by meiobenthos predators.

Madrona Murphy
University of Washington
Center for Cell Dynamics

James Murray, Ph.D.
University of Central Arkansas
How the nudibranch sea slug orients to tidal flow and navigates.

Steven Murray, Ph.D.
California State Univ., Fullerton
Faculty for Marine Algae 2004

Luke Nagle
Millbrook School
RA for Functional Morphology and Ecology of Marine Fishes 2004

Sergio A. Navarrete, Ph.D.
Pontificia Univ Catolica de Chile
Processes that regulate intertidal communities, from local to meso-scales, and especially the roles of trophic interactions and oceanographic processes.

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

James Newcomb, M.S.
Georgia State University
Whether the roles of homologous serotonergic neurons in related nudibranchs were conserved during evolution of divergent behaviors.

Amanda Newsom, B.S.
Friday Harbor Laboratories
TA for The Aquatic Gel Phase: Dynamics of Marine Biopolymers 2004. Research technician for Dr. Pedro Verdugo investigating the characteristics of biopolymer gels in cells and marine organic cycles.

Jan A. Newton, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Pelagic Ecosystem Function in the San Juan Archipelago 2004

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

Garry Odell, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Director of Center for Cell Dynamics at Friday Harbor Laboratories.

Rich Osborne, Ph.D.
The Whale Museum
Marine mammal ecology and behavior.

Fernanda Oyarzun, B.S.
University of Washington
Developmental plasticity of poecilogonous spionid polychaetes and the role of ecology and evolution.

Dianna K. Padilla, Ph.D.
SUNY at Stony Brook
Ecological impacts and spread of aquatic invasive species and the ecology and evolution of phenotypically plastic morphologies, especially inducible offenses.

Darshan Patel
Swarthmore College
Functional morphology of invertebrates.

Thomas J. Pirtle, Ph.D.
Abilene Christian University
Cellular mechanisms underlying swim acceleration in Clione limacina.

Robert D. Podolsky, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina
Faculty for Marine Invertebrate Zoology 2004

Alexander Primus, B.A.
University of Texas, Austin
Evolution of regional specification mechanisms in echinoderm embryos.

Ivan Quesada, Ph.D.
Miguel Hernandez University
Faculty for The Aquatic Gel Phase: Dynamics of Marine Biopolymers 2004

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

Anthony Rodriquez
Florida State University
RA - Pedro Verdugo and Wei-Chun Chin

Thomas Russell, B.S.
University of California, Berkeley
Using techniques pioneered by the CCD to computationally model neurodevelopment.

Akira Sakurai, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
Mechanism underlying spike timing-dependent serotonergic neuromodulation of synaptic strength.

Scott Santagata, Ph.D.
Smithsonian Marine Station
Evolution of the larval neuromuscular systems among the lophotrochozoa.

Richard A. Satterlie, Ph.D.
Univ. North Carolina, Wilmington
Neural control of a ballistic startle response.

Justin Schaefer, M.S.
University of California, Irvine
TA for Functional Morphology and Ecology of Marine Fishes 2004

Mark Schmeeckle, Ph.D.
Florida State University
Role of turbulence structure in bedload transport of sand and gravel.

Christopher Schoff, B.S.
University of Washington
CCD - Early asymetric cell divisions in C. elegans.

Allen W. Schuetz, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins University
Intra-ovarian mechanisms mediating oocyte maturation and spawning.

David L. Secord, Ph.D.
University of Washington, Tacoma
Biology of symbiosis and clonality in sea anemones, invasion biology of non-indigenous marine species, and the history of human interactions with marine invertebrates.

Ronald L. Shreve, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Investigation of the role of turbulence structure in bedload transport of clastic sediment using high-speed cinematography.

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

Richard Strathmann, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Modes of development of marine invertebrates. Evolution of development rates. Faculty for Larval Ecology 2004.

Steve Stricker, Ph.D.
University of New Mexico
Faculty for Comparative Invertebrate Embryology 2004. The role of calcium during oocyte maturation and fertization.

Adam Summers, Ph.D.
University of California, Irvine
Faculty for Functional Morphology and Marine Ecology of Fishes 2004.

Billie Swalla, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Evolution and development of the chordates and the immune system.

Brett Szymik, B.S.
Arizona State University
The neural control of biomechanical changes associated with a change of swimming speed in the mollusk Clione limacina.

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

Michael H. Temkin, Ph.D.
St. Lawrence University
Fertilization and early development of bryozoans.

Doug Toomey, Ph.D.
University of Oregon
Faculty for Seismic Deformation and Volcanic, Hydrothermal and Biologic Activity Along the Endeavour Ridge 2004.

Breck Tyler, Ph.D.
University of California, Santa Cruz
Faculty for Pelagic Ecosystem Function in the San Juan Archipelago 2004

Dawn Vaughn, B.S.
University of Washington
The range of inducible defenses exhibited by marine larvae in response to potential predators.

Pedro Verdugo, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for The Aquatic Gel Phase: Dynamics of Marine Biopolymers 2004. Carbon cycling in the ocean.

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 effects of fluid flow on chimney morphology in the bryozoan Membranipora membranacea.

J. Robert Waaland, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Marine Algae 2004.

George Waldbusser, M.S.
Univ of Maryland, Ctr for Env Sci
Benthic ecology and sediment geochemistry, and biocomplexity of marine sediments.

David S. Wethey, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Experimental manipulations of rates of organism relocation by large
macrofauna, a source of biological, geochemical, and physical heterogeneity
in sediments and a major contributor to the population structure and
dynamics of sedimentary infauna.

Regina Wetzer, Ph.D.
Natural History Museum LA County
Phylogenetic revision of the sphaeromatid isopods.

William Wilcock, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Faculty for Seismic Deformation & Volcanic, Hydrothermal & Biologic Activity Along the Endeavor Ridge 2004

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

Marjorie Wonham, Ph.D.
University of Alberta
Faculty for Marine Conservation Biology 2004

Sarah A. Woodin, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Experimental manipulations of rates of organism relocation by large
macrofauna, a source of biological, geochemical, and physical heterogeneity
in sediments and a major contributor to the population structure and
dynamics of sedimentary infauna.

Owen Woodward, B.A.
University of Washington
Neurological control of locomotion of the marine mollusc, Tritonia diomedea.

Russell Wyeth, B.S.
University of Washington
TA for Marine Invertebrate Zoology 2004. Field behavioral studies and implantable computers in brain of Tritonia diomedea.

Russel L. Zimmer, Ph.D.
University of Southern California
Mechanisms of inhibition of egg activation and development of the larval feeding apparatus in Membranipora.