Fall 2022

Welcome new Stillman Lab students

The Stillman Laboratory welcomes two new masters students, Joe Holdreith and Alexis Hooper, and a new undergraduate student, Michelle Torres Tapia

Spring 2022

Congratulations to Jeremiah and Flo on finishing their Masters degrees!

Flo headed to the University of Rhode Island to start a PhD program in Coral Reef Ecophysiology with Hollie Putnam, and Jeremiah is headed to the EOS Center for a research technician position with the National Estaurine Research Reserve.

Eric, Loni and Cesar Present at the ESA Meeting in Montreal!

Congratulations to all three students on terrific presentations.

Spring 2021

Congratulations to Emily King who completed her PhD!

Congratulations Jeremiah!

Congratulations to Jeremiah on having his grant "Quantifying the combinatorial effects of flow and ocean acidification on the resilience of coralline algae to herbivory" fully funded by the PADI Foundation!

Welcome Loni!

Undergraduate student Loni Matthew joins the lab

Congratulations Terrance!

Former undergraduate student Terrance Wang has been awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and will be enrolling in a PhD program at the University of Washington for Fall 2021.

Fall 2020

Three new Masters students in Fall 2020

Welcome Jeremiah, Flo and Cesar!

The Stillman Laboratory is proud to welcome three new Masters students in the Fall 2020 semester: Jeremiah Ets-Hokin, Flo Fields, and Cesar Estrada Aguila. The three of them start graduate school under the insane conditions of COVID-19 university (and state/nationwide) closures that have caused uncertainty like never before.

Stillman Lab moving to SFSU Main Campus

Bye-bye Tiburon, Hello San Francisco!

The main base for our laboratory is moving from the EOS Center in Tiburon to the main campus of SFSU at some point during the 2020-2021 academic year (timing will depend on the COVID-19 related campus closures). We look forward to engaging more undergraduate students in our research, interacting with main campus colleagues, and starting new lines of research that take advantage of our main-campus location.

New Publications

Emily King published on equity and diversity at conferences

TJ Yockachonis' MS Thesis published in Journal of Crustacean Biology