Ingrid S.S. Knapp


The official beginnings of dabbling in Marine Biology started in Borneo in 2003, where I learnt to dive and survey the reefs in the area. I then did my undergraduate degree in Marine Biology and Zoology at Bangor, University of Wales, graduating with a 1st class honors degree in 2007. I then went straight on to do my PhD. at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand on sponge ecology at Palmyra Atoll and now I'm doing my Post-doc on landscape genomics in the ToBo lab at the HIMB in Hawaii.

Biodiversity Conservation Biology Ecology Genomics Marine Biology

Work details


Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa
School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

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