Environmental Physiology in a Changing Climate

Month: October 2018

Chessie and Sarah present at the American Physiological Society meeting

Chessie and Sarah attended and presented posters at the 2018 American Physiological Society meeting in New Orleans, LA.  Sarah (L) presented some of her recent master’s research about the physiological effects of tidal acclimation on the green crab. Chessie (R) presented data from an NSF funded collaborative research project on California mussels, sirtuins, and various stressors. Great job!

Annelise Del Rio awarded Delta Science Fellowship

Salmon Todgham Lab UC Davis

Annelise conducting a salmon experiment

Annelise Del Rio was recently awarded a Delta Science Fellowship from California Sea Grant and the US Bureau of Reclamation. Her PhD research will examine the effects of elevated temperature and hypoxia on the development and physiological performance of early life stages of Chinook salmon. Congratulations Annelise!

Read more about her and the rest of the 2018 Fellows at https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/ten-early-career-scientists-named-2018-delta-science-fellows


Antarctic Research Season Begins

Todgham lab members are off to Antarctica for another season of research at McMurdo station!  Anne, along with students Mandy, Ken, and Andrew, will be studying the effects of warming and ocean acidification on Antarctic fishes. Check out their expedition blog (antarctica-ecofishiology.github.io) to see what they’re up to!


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