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Ecological dissertations in the aquatic sciences: an effective platform for developing professional collaborations among early career aquatic scientists

By Anwesha Ghosh, Andrew L. Robison, Ariana M. Chiapella, Brittni L. Bertolet, Corday Selden, Danielle Perry, Hannah G. Reich, Isabella Oleksy, Jana Isanta-Navarro, Kelly S. Aho, Laura Ganley, Laura M.V. Soares, Liam Heffernan, Matthew Sasaki, Nicholas E Ray, Ohad Peleg, Patricia Thibodeau, Paula C.J. Reis, Pfananani A. Ramulifho, Rebecca L. Maher, Richard LaBrie, Shannon L. Speir

Originally published in Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin in February 2022



The Ecological Dissertations in the Aquatic Sciences (Eco-DAS, pronounced “eco-days”) symposium connects freshly minted Ph.D.s in the aquatic sciences with the aims of facilitating networking, collaboration, and interdisciplinary cross-talk. This exercise is intertwined with training discussions on team leadership, career paths, proposal writing and submissions, and funding strategies and opportunities.

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  • Dr. Laura Ganley

    Laura Ganley, Ph.D., Associate Research Scientist, Spatial Ecology, Mapping, and Assessment, Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life

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