Research Experience

My research interests have necessitated the development of a wide array of scientific abilities, spanning across field, laboratory, surgical, biochemical, histological, and analytical techniques. I have gained valuable insight into the importance and limitations of fieldwork by conducting research on three marine research vessels and by participating in the capture of a variety of large, dangerous, and fragile fish species. These experiences taught me appropriate fish handling, holding, and transportation techniques along with how sample, tag, and release fish.

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My primary over-arching interest is understanding how marine organisms that inhabit heterogeneous environments are able to physiologically cope with abiotic stressors and changing environments.

Georgina K. Cox: Curriculum Vitae

Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, Perelmen School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania (2017 – present).