The MBA looks forward to welcoming two new researchers who have won Ray Lankester Fellowship awards.
Dr Stacy Krueger-Hadfield has been awarded a Ray Lankester Investigatorship for the project “Ecological niche partitioning can stabilize and uncouple biphasic life cycles under different environmental conditions”.
Dr Atsuko Sato has been awarded a Ray Lankester Investigatorship for the project "Molecular mechanism controlling maternal inheritance of developmental buffering in Ciona intestinalis".
Dr Sato will start her project this summer, and Dr Krueger-Hadfield will begin in summer 2018
Dr Krueger-Hadfield said "This is fantastic news and I am delighted to accept. I am excited to come back to the MBA!"
Ray Lankester Fellowships are intended to provide opportunities for established researchers to work at the Laboratory of the Marine Biological Association in Plymouth. Read more information on awards and grants.