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Port Aransas’s own United Nations

Port Aransas’s own United Nations
This fall, The University of Texas Marine Science Institute will experience a boom in international brain power with the addition of seven new postdoctoral fellows and one Fulbright Scholar from countries throughout Europe and Australia. 
 
The researchers will be conducting science on several different projects that range from oil spill dynamics to fisheries to climate change. 

 

Please join us in welcoming:

Sarah Cosgrove – in Ed Buskey’s laboratory from National University of Ireland, Ireland
Nina Dombrowski – in Brett Baker’s laboratory from Max Planck Institute, Germany
Jacob Johansen - in Andrew Esbaugh’s laboratory from James Cook University, Australia
Maud Moison – in Ed Buskey’s laboratory from University Science and Technology, Lille, France
Ingrid Sassenhagen – in Deana Erdner’s laboratory from Lund University, Sweden
Tatiana Severin – in Deana Erdner’s laboratory from University Pierre et Marie Curie, France
Melita Uljevic (Fulbright Scholar) – in Bryan Black’s laboratory from University of Split, Croatia
Jan Peter van der Sleen – in Bryan Black’s laboratory from University of Wageningen, the Netherlands

Ingrid AbiskoDr. Ingrid Sassenhagen is a new postodoctoral fellow that joins the Deana Erdner laboratory at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute this fall. Ingrid joins us from the Lund University, Sweden and hails from Germany. Ingrid will be working on phytoplankton ecology. Credit: Ingrid Sassenhagen.

NinaDombrowskiDr. Nina Dombrowski is a new postodoctoral fellow that joins the Brett Baker laboratory at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute this fall. Nina joins us from the Max Planck Institute, Germany and will work on microbial genetics. Credit: Nina Dombrowski.

Port Aransas’s own United Nations

 

PORT ARANSAS, Texas – This Fall, The University of Texas Marine Science Institute will experience a boom in international brain power with the addition of eight new postdoctoral fellows from countries throughout Europe and Australia.

The researchers will be conducting science on several different projects that range from oil spill dynamics to fisheries to climate change. So if you see a fellow shopper at the IGA that isn’t a native English speaker, they just might be one of our newest scholars.

Please join us in welcoming:

Sarah Cosgrove – in Ed Buskey’s laboratory from National University of Ireland, Ireland

Nina Dombrowski – in Brett Baker’s laboratory from Max Planck Institute, Germany

Jacob Johansen - in Andrew Esbaugh’s laboratory from   James Cook University, Australia

Maud Moison – in Ed Buskey’s laboratory from University Science and Technology, Lille, France

Ingrid Sassenhagen – in Deana Erdner’s laboratory from Lund University, Sweden

Tatiana Severin – in Deana Erdner’s laboratory from University Pierre et Marie Curie, France

Melita Uljevic – in Bryan Black’s laboratory from University of Split, Croatia

Jan Peter van der Sleen – in Bryan Black’s laboratory from University of Wageningen, the Netherlands

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