Faculty Profile: Lamb, Joleah
|Faculty Information||Lab Information (Packet Type, Course Title, & Department)||Location|
Department: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
|346 Steinhaus Hall|
Oceans and Human Health // Applied Disease Ecology and Conservation for a Global Impact
Our laboratory seeks diversity and inclusion of many viewpoints. We are highly interdisciplinary and apply broad ecological theory with novel solutions directed towards moderating waterborne pathogens and reducing risks of disease outbreaks that impact human and ecosystem health in a rapidly changing world.
We currently use laboratory-based molecular methods, field surveys and desktop data-driven analyses that focus on connecting public health and coastal marine ecosystems - such as coral and bivalve reefs, mangroves, seagrasses, wetlands and salt marshes. Our key topics include clean water, microbial rafting on plastic waste, food security through fisheries and aquaculture, marine and terrestrial protected areas, restoration, urbanization and sustainable coastal development, ecotourism, satellite remote sensing and combining cloud computing with big data analyses, marine policy, ecological engineering, and global change biology.
To learn more, please visit our website: http://oceanhealth.bio - interested students should email their CV or resume, transcript and short description of their goals.
Requirements to Participate
We seek creative and diverse applicants with attention to detail and interests from areas relevant to our laboratory research. 3 - 4 hours per unit.
Faculty Means of Evaluation
We expect a willingness to learn, clear communication and syntheses of new ideas, professionalism, quality work, organization and reliability.