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Biologist receives Early-Career Research Fellowship

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James Nelson, of our biology department, has been awarded a Gulf Research Program Early-Career Research Fellowship. These prestigious fellowships support emerging scientific leaders as they take risks on research ideas not yet tested, pursue unique collaborations, and build a network of colleagues who share their interest in improving offshore energy system safety and the well-being of coastal communities and ecosystems. Because the early years of a researcher’s career are a critical time, the relatively unrestricted funds and mentoring this fellowship provides help recipients navigate this period with independence, flexibility, and a built-in support network.

Learn more about James and the other recipients here.

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