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Dr Kathryn Smith

Marie Curie Research Fellow

 Geoffrey Pope Lab 201


Geoffrey Pope Building, University of Exeter , Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QD, UK


I’m a marine biologist who is interested in understanding how marine invertebrates can adapt to survive in a changing world. Both local and global shifts in climate are currently occurring, which have the potential to be of significant ecological consequence. I am currently working on a project examining how future climate change and ocean acidification will affect the eco-physiological thresholds of marine invertebrates across generations.


PhD Marine Biology, University of Southampton 2009-2013
MSc Oceanography (distinction), University of Southampton 2007-2008
BSc Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology (1st (hons)) University of Plymouth 2000-2003




Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship, (Horizon 2020), University of Exeter, November 2016-October 2019





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