Jessie Short

B.Sc. Honours (2010)jessie

Current position

Ph.D. Candidate                                                 University of Western Australia, Oceans Institute/School of Earth and Environment (Perth, Australia)

Education

Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
B.Sc. Combined Honours in Marine Biology and Oceanography (2010)

Scholarships and Awards

Scholarship for International Research Fees (SIRF), University Postgraduate Award for International Students (UPAIS), University International Stipend (UIS), University of Western Australia (2011-2013)
NSERC PGS-M (2010)
NSERC undergraduate student research award (2010)
Vemco scholarship in Marine Biology (2009)
NSERC undergraduate student research award (2009)
Renewable Entrance Scholarship from Dalhousie University (2008-2010)
David Andrew Dougall Memorial Bursary (2008)
Renewable Entrance Scholarship, Dalhousie University (2008-2009)
NSERC undergraduate student research award (2008)
Renewable Entrance Scholarship, Dalhousie University (2007- 2008)
Renewable Entrance Scholarship, Dalhousie University (2006- 2007)
Dean’s List (Institutional), Dalhousie University; (2006-2010)

Publications

Short J, Metaxas A (2010) Gregarious settlement of hydrothermal vent tubeworms at the Tonga-Kermadec Arc. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK doi: 10.1017/S0025315410000676

Short J, Metaxas A (2010) Deep-sea tubeworms. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, Global Marine Environment Issue 12 : 34

Presentations

Short J, Metaxas A. Predation of larval benthic invertebrates in St. Georges Bay, Nova Scotia (Poster) Canadian Healthy Oceans Network National Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada (October 2009)

Short J, Metaxas A. Predation of larval benthic invertebrates in St. Georges Bay, Nova Scotia (Poster) Dalhousie University Biology and Marine Biology Honours Cameron Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (2010)

Work and Volunteer Experience

Research assistant (Biological Oceanography), Dalhousie University (2010)
Research assistant (Biological Oceanography), Dalhousie University (2009)
Research assistant (Biological Oceanography), Dalhousie University (2008)
Volunteer work with Falli International in Mali, Maldives (environmental impact assessments on coral reefs) (2007)

 

 

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