Eva Paulus

I am currently working on my Bachelors degree at Barry University in Miami Shores, with has given me the opportunity to participate in multiple research projects, most recently investigating the conspicuousness of the spine of surgeonfish in correlation with their social behavior. In addition, I volunteered for GVI and collected data for reef monitoring purposes in the Seychelles, as well as in Costa Rica, protecting endangered sea turtle species from poachers and acquiring important data on the turtles. I am currently interning in Dr. Sutton’s Lab, working on Chauliodus sloani and a potential phenotypic variation in this species.