SAFS Seminar Tomorrow with Rick Goetz

Please join SAFS this Thursday for a seminar with Rick Goetz.

Understanding the basis for phenotypic differentiation in lake trout morphotypes

Thursday, November 14, 4:00-5:00 PM (social follows)
UW School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
102 Fishery Sciences,
1122 NE Boat St, University of Washington

Rick Goetz is a research physiologist heading the Program on Marine Fish and Shellfish Biology at the Manchester Research Station (NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center). This program studies biological questions pivotal to the sustainability of natural marine fish and shellfish populations and their artificial propagation for aquaculture. Prior to coming to Seattle, he was a professor in the School of Freshwater Sciences (Great Lakes WATER Institute) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2004-2011), Director of the Program on Scientific Aquaculture at the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole, MA (2000-2004) and a Professor in the Biology Department at the University of Notre Dame (1977-2000). In the past he has conducted research on reproduction, growth and innate immunity in fish and more recently has been investigating the basis of phenotypic differentiation and speciation in lake trout.

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