Profiles in "Marine and Freshwater Conservation Biology" Expertise Area

  • Ferry's research is centered on questions relating to the evolution of jaws and their function in the aquatic realm, as well as the performance of skeletal materials such as cartilage.
  • Polidoro has a broad background in the marine, chemical and environmental sciences. Her research interests are in marine biodiversity conservation, risk assessment and applied toxicology.
  • Senko's work links science with innovation and governance to address dynamic coastal conservation challenges of the 21st century. He leads field and lab-based research projects in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
  • As a Teaching and Learning Specialist Principal, Tiffany works with the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) and the School of Life Sciences (SOLS) Graduate Programs
  • Dr. David Shiffman is an interdisciplinary marine conservation biologist interested in the sustainable management of marine and coastal resources, and how the science related to these topics is communicated to stakeholders.
  • Interests in trophic dynamics, energy distributions, and biodiversity. Current work is utilizing global remote sensing techniques to study the interconnectedness of terrestrial, coastal, and oceanic landscapes.