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About Nicole Fogarty

Dr. Fogarty's lab focuses on ecological and evolutionary questions related to the fertilization success of broadcast spawners. Her lab is particularly interested in how density dependent mechanisms of reproduction will influence invertebrate population recovery, as well as spawning synchrony, reproductive isolation, and speciation.  Previous research projects have been conducted in the following areas: coral hybridization, pre- and postzygotic isolating mechanisms in corals, polyspermy in sea urchin and corals, clonal structure of corals, the genetics and pheromones involved in corals spawning synchrony, threatened coral demographics, exogenous hormones and pollutants on sea urchin fertilization and larval viability, coral settlement under a variety salinity regimes, natural settlement in the Dry Tortugas, coral chimeras, and the use of fluorescence in coral recruit detection.

Positions

2012 Present Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University
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Education

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20102012 Postdoctoral Fellow, Smithsonian Marine Station
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2010 Ph.D. Biological Science, Florida State University
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1998 B.A. Biological Science, Wittenberg University
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954-262-3630

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