News and Updates
9/2023: As we get into the new fall semester, my students are working hard in the lab processing samples from the San Francisco Estuary and the Gulf of Alaska.
I'm excited to be joining the SFSU Antiracism Committee this fall to do some work fighting for equity for all.
And great news, Dr. Sean Jungbluth is the EOS Center faculty as a Principal Investigator. Stay tuned for some cool new science directions we get to take with him on our team!
5/2023: I almost forgot to congratulate Anthony Donahue on our lab website for being awarded the 2023 ARCS Scholarship and Kenneth Coale Research Awards this spring! Fantastic!
2/2023: Quite a few developments since the last update. We have officially started both field seasons for our San Francisco Estuary Microbes to Zooplankton in restoring wetlands project and for our Alaska Nauplii project. Dr. Jungbluth traveled to Alaska in January to run a few experiments and get things set up for the field team to collect samples over the next couple months. In San Francisco, students Erick Ortiz and Anthony Donahue have begun collecting water, zooplankton, and larval fish samples in restoring wetlands and will be on the water every other week through the end of March.