Erika Blumenfeld, Artist in Residence. Internationally exhibiting artist and Guggenheim Fellow with a BFA in Photography from Parsons The New School of Design.
Work on bioluminescence:
"Living Light No.1" (View work #15).
Erin Bomati, 2008-2009. Ph.D. in
Cell and Molecular Biology, UCSD. Research: Characterization of green fluorescence protein in the urochordate amphioxus. Currently Scientist at a biotechnology company in San Diego.
Dimitri Deheyn, 1996-2004.
Ph.D. Free University of Brussels, Belgium. Research: Bioluminescence
assays in ecotoxicology. Currently Project Scientist at Scripps.
2003-2004. Ph.D. Technical University of Berlin, Germany. Research: Long
time scale changes in phytoplankton biodiversity. Currently a member of the San Diego Water Board.
Sara Lindsay, 1996-1998. Ph.D. in
Ecology, University of South Carolina, Columbia. Research: Visual basis of
luminescent camouflage behavior in a midwater shrimp. Currently Associate
Professor of Marine Science at the University of Maine, Orono.
Ph.D. 2010. Research: Coral fluorescence and its potential as an indicator of coral health. Currently a postdoctoral scientist at University of California Berkeley.
Ph.D. 2009. Research: Effect of environmental conditions on grazing and growth of echinoderm larvae. Currently a postdoctoral scientist at Harvard University.
M.S. 2009. Research: Metal contamination of marsh plants in San Diego County.
Ph.D. 2006. Silicon transporter proteins in diatoms. Currently a postdoctoral scientist at Rutgers University.
Peter von Dassow.
Ph.D. 2003. Research: Regulation of bioluminescence in the
dinoflagellate Lingulodinium polyedrum. Currently a scientist at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile.
Juhl. Ph.D. 2000. Effect of fluid shear on dinoflagellate growth,
physiology and toxin content. Currently a Research Scientist at the Lamont
Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University.
Jennifer Nauen. Ph.D. 1998.
Biomechanics of two aquatic defense systems. Currently a preceptor at