People

 

Lab culture

A lab culture is a work in progress that I hope to establish with my team. 
As a PI my starting point will be to embrace the "Ten simple rules towards healthier research labs" by F. T. Maestre​

1: Promote the well-being of your lab members
2: Let people set their own schedules
3: Gratitude is the sign of noble souls
4: Treat your lab members as your teammates
5: Create a collaborative environment within your lab
6: Remember that every lab member is unique
7: Respect working hours, public holidays, and vacations
8: Give credit where credit is due
9: Destigmatize failure and celebrate success
10: Promote the professional development of your lab members

 

Lab members

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Estelle Couradeau


Principle Investigator

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Jenn Harris

Ph.D. student - Dual title Ecology/Biogeochemistry
co-advisor Liana Burghardt 

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Ryan Trexler

Ph.D. student - Dual title Ecology/Biogeochemistry
co-advisor  Jason Kaye

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Sarah Glass

Ph.D. student - Ecology

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Chad Fautt

Ph.D. student - Ecology
co-advisor Kevin Hockett

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Raul Roman

Marie Curie Postdoctoral fellow
co-host Fernando Maestre

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Christina Cheng

Undergraduate

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Sarah Richards

Ph.D. student - Ecology - Dual title INTAD
co-advisor Terry Bell

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Haneen Omari


Lab manager

 

Alumni

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Meg Cross

Undergrad 2021

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Christopher Santore

Undergrad 2020