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Integrative Biology - An Interview with Richelle Tanner

By Rachael Metzger, Marin Science Seminar Intern

Richelle Tanner, a PhD Candidate in UC Berkeley's Department of Integrative Biology, is bringing her extensive knowledge of how climate change affects neural plasticity and growth within the Eelgrass Sea Hare to Marin Science Seminar on SEPTEMBER 27th, 2017. Details here.

Richelle Tanner's passion for the ocean and its inhabitants was sparked at a young age through growing up in the coastal city of Seattle and spending her summers in Honolulu. Tanner stated that since she was young she "always enjoyed reading books about seashells and learning about the diverse array of animals in coral reefs and tide pools." This youthful exploration prompted her to search for a career within the area of her passion, leading to her studies in Integrative Biology. "Being a scientist, especially a field biologist, is a career of constant exploration and discovery," she expresses, "this is why I became interested, and why…