I regularly accept students at the Masters, PhD and postdoctoral level. Though inquiries are always welcome, before applying to work with me, it is a good idea to take a careful look at my overall research interests and recent research activities to see if your interests and abilities match mine and those of my laboratory. Also, consider looking through websites of the projects that I am participating in, generally displayed near the top of my homepage. These often contain information about new research directions for which I am more likely to be looking for students.
Prospective students should have a strong quantitative background, and be interested in problems relating to dynamics of marine ecosystems, fisheries management and/or marine conservation. If you have any questions, please contact me by email or phone as listed on my homepage.
When applying, please send at least the following four items:
A letter of motivation
A detailed CV
Names and contact information for 3-5 professional references
Most recent course grades and class rankings