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Postdoctoral Scholars

Danielle Elaine Haulsee

Danielle Haulsee's interests include combining innovative technology and oceanographic remote sensing techniques with the biogeography and movement of marine species. She received her B.S. in Environmental Science from Gettysburg College in 2010 and her Ph.D. from the University of Delaware in 2017. At the University of Delaware she worked as a Ph.D. student and post-doctoral researcher with Dr. Matthew Oliver in the ORB Lab, focusing her research on threatened Sand Tiger sharks and endangered Atlantic Sturgeon. She used statistical models to quantify the habitat preferences, migratory (...)

Paolo Segre

Maneuverability is critical to survival and plays an important role in prey capture, predator avoidance, and territorial disputes. I am interested in the fluid dynamics, kinematics, and ecological correlates of maneuvering performance across a range of animals. My PhD research focused on quantifying and comparing the acrobatic maneuvers of tropical hummingbirds in Central and South America. At Hopkins Marine Station I am applying similar engineering principles to the study of maneuvering performance in free ranging rorqual whales. http://web.stanford.edu/~psegre/