My recent research funding has been provided by the University of Oregon (startup), the National Science Foundation (Antarctic algal gradients project), Oregon Sea Grant (several projects), the Nature Conservancy (Pycnopodia trophic ecology), the SeaDoc Society, and the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. I am very grateful for the support.
My Postdoctoral Research positions were supported by the Academy of Finland (Grant PI: Kankaala); the California Delta Stewardship Council (UC Davis, Grant PI: Winder); Washington State University, and the NSF (WSU, Grant PI: Hampton).
My graduate school funding was from: the National Science Foundation (NSF BIO-OCE), an NSF teaching fellowship (Ocean and Coastal Interdisciplinary Science GK-12); Washington Sea Grant, and a combination of smaller grants, fellowships, and private foundations.
The funding for my specific research questions came from the following sources:
National Science Foundation, 2018, Award #1744602
The Nature Conservancy, 2020
Oregon Sea Grant, 2017, 2018, 2021
The SeaDoc Society, 2018
M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, Partners in Science Program, 2018
Delta Stewardship Council, UC Davis, Stockholm U., 2013
Academy of Finland, University of Eastern Finland, 2013
Richard and Megumi Strathmann Fellowship, (FHL), 2012
Alan and Marian Kohn Fellowship, (FHL), 2012
International Phycological Society, Paul C. Silva Student Grant, 2011
Pacific Northwest Shell Club, Scholarship Award, 2011
PADI Foundation, Research Funding Award, 2011
UW SAFS Graduate Research Funds, Scholarship Award, 2011
American Academy of Underwater Scientists, Kathy Johnston Award, 2010
National Shellfisheries Association, Castagna Research Grant, 2009