Researchers


Currently Working in Shark Bay or on the Database


Dr. Janet Mann
Professor, Georgetown University, USA




Dr. Lisa Singh
Associate Professor, Georgetown University, USA




Dr. Lars Bejder
Research Leadership Fellow and Marine Scientist, Murdoch Univesity, Australia




Dr. Richard Connor
Professor, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, USA




Dr. William Sherwin
Associate Professor, University of New South Wales, Australia




Dr. Michael Krützen
Senior Lecturer, Anthropological Institute and Museum, University of Zürich, Switzerland




Dr. Michael Heithaus
Associate Professor, Florida International University, USA




Dr. Celine Frère
Postdoctoral Scientist, University of Queensland, Australia




Dr. Ajay Bansal
Research Assistant Professor, Georgetown University, USA




Anna Kopps
PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales, Australia




Ewa Krzyszczyk
PhD Candidate, Georgetown University, USA




Eric Patterson
PhD Candidate, Georgetown University, USA




Maggie Stanton
PhD Candidate, Georgetown University, USA




Shaelynn Sleater-Squires
Research Associate, Georgetown University, USA




Vivienne Foroughirad
Research Associate, Georgetown University, USA




Researchers Who Previously Worked in Shark Bay

Lynne Barre
NOAA, Washington State, USA

Cindy Flaherty-Stamm
Math-Science Department, Lyons Township High School, Illinois, USA

Yi-Jiun Jean Tsai
MSc, Georgetown University, USA

Dr. Quincy Anne Gibson
Postdoctoral Scientist, University of North Florida, USA

Dr. Per Berggren
Lecturer, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Dr. Vincent Janik
Royal Society Research Fellow & Reader, University of St. Andrews, Scotland

Dr. Amy Samuels
(Deceased) see article in her memory here

Dr. Brooke L. Sargeant
Postdoctoral Researcher, Florida International University, USA

Dr. Jana J. Watson-Capps
Assistant Director for Interdisciplinary Education, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA



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  • The Dolphins of Shark Bay will premiere to American audiences on Sunday, April 10th at 7pm ET/PT on Animal Planet as part of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom!
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  • Give a warm welcome to our newest arrival- Sonic! Sonic was born on November 17th, 2010 and is Surprise's sixth calf. Sonic is named after a new acoustic research project in which the new calf will hopefully help us learn how young dolphins learn to echolocate- stay tuned!
    Sonic
  • Our online store is officially open, where you can buy t-shirts, hats, mugs, etc. and all proceeds go to support our long-term research!
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