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Elizabeth Hamman


University of Georgia
Room 25, Odum School of Ecology
Athens, GA 30602-XXXX

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Education

BA (Marine Biology/Applied Mathematics), New College of Florida, 2010

begin PhD (Zoology), University of Florida, 2010-2014

Research Interests

population and community ecology, spatial ecology, marine ecology, multiple stressors

Honors and Awards

2014 Runner-up Best Graduate Student Talk, North Florida Marine Science Symposium

2013 Video and Poster Public Choice Award, National Science Foundation IGERT Video and Poster Competition

2010, 2011, 2012 Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

2009 Morris K. Udall Scholar, Morris K, Udall Foundation

Selected Publications

Ferguson, J.M., Langebrake, J.B., Cannataro, V., Garcia, A.J., Hamman, E.A.,Martcheva, M. Osenberg, C.W. Optimal sampling strategies for detecting zoonotic disease epidemics. PLOS Computation Biology 10(6): e1003668

Broome, M., Claar, D., Hamman, E., Matthews, T., Salazar, M., Shugart-Schmidt, K., Tillman, A., Vincent, M., and J. Berkson. (2011).  Exploratory Assessment of Four Stocks in the U.S. South Atlantic: Black Sea Bass (Centropristis ocyurus), Gray Triggerfish(Balistes capriscus), Sand Perch (Diplectrum formosum), Tomate (Haemulon aurolineatum). NOAA Technical Memorandum Annual Meeting; NMFS-SEFSC-617

Elizabeth Hamman