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About Emily E Gipson

Emily is a junior at the University of Central Florida and will graduate with a degree in Biology and a minor in Statistics in May of 2018. Her research so far has focused on the spatiotemporal distribution of dwarf seahorses, mercury concentration in blue crabs, and integrated conceptual ecosystem models. Her interests broadly include the use of modeling and quantitative methods to improve the management and conservation of valuable marine fisheries. Her short term goals are to strengthen her background in the quantitative aspects of fisheries management and to apply to graduate school. She will begin graduate school in the Fall of 2018 and pursue a thesis/dissertation project with a strong policy relevance. Her long-term career goal is to become a faculty member at a university.

Positions

Present Undergraduate Researcher, University of Central Florida Department of Biology
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May 2016July 2016 REU Student, University of North Florida
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January 2016April 2016 Fisheries Independent Monitoring Intern, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ‐ Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
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Present Undergraduate Researcher, University of Central Florida
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