B2/L2 - Sea Side - 2207-WS03
After my master's degree I set up to work on different conservation and outreach programs in Central America. I have worked with sea turtle ecology, aquatic birds communities and general biodiversity assessments. While working as an environmental educator in Belize, I started to feel the call of science again and decided to join KAUST as a visiting student, working on coral microbiome. Now as a PhD student, I am excited to investigate what makes some corals more thermo-tolerant than others, how much of this is passed on to their offspring, and build up knowledge on the potential of assisted evolution for reef management.
● Red Sea Research Center (RSRC)
● Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering Division (BESE)