Pamela J. Woods

pamelajw@u.washington.edu

TITLE:

    Graduate Student
    School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
    University of Washington
    Box 355100, 1140 Boat Street
    Seattle, WA 98195 USA

EDUCATION:

    M.S., Fisheries, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, In progress.

    B.A., Biology with a specialization in Marine Science, Boston University, Boston, MA 2001.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

    Systematics, evolutionary biology, behavior, and functional morphology of fishes, especially in Embiotocidae.

POSITIONS:

    Fish identification trainer for the Alaskan Observer Program, NMFS. Winter 2002 - Winter 2004.

    Teaching Assistant for Biology of Fishes (FISH 311) with Dr. Ted Pietsch, University of Washington. Winter 2002, Winter 2003

    Research Assistant for Boston University Stable Isotope Laboratory with Robert Michener. Summer 2000

RESEARCH AND FIELD EXPERIENCE:

    International Sakhalin Island Project (ISIP): biotic survey and inventory of Sakhalin Island, USA team leader. Summer 2002.

    International Sakhalin Island Project (ISIP):  biotic survey and inventory of Sakhalin Island, participant. Summer 2001.

    Boston University Work for Distinction Independent Research under Dr. Les Kaufman: Effects of pharyngeal jaw plasticity on bioacoustic communication in the hybrids of two Lake Victorian cichlids. Fall 2000 Spring 2001

    Boston University Tropical Ecology Program in Ecuador Spring 2000

    Boston University Woods Hole Marine Semester Fall 1999


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