Specialties: Ocean Education
Hopkins Marine Station Liaison Since 2016, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia is a PhD candidate in Biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, and is interested in the role of oceans and fisheries in food security for developing countries, the social impacts of conservation policies, and engaging diverse stakeholders in the scientific process. Her current research in Larry Crowder's lab focuses on the interacting effects of climate and management on fisheries resilience in California and Peru. She received a B.A in Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard College.