Krill Biologist, Georgia Institute of Technology
Australian, Living in USA
Nicole is a postdoctoral researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology studying Antarctic krill swimming behaviour in relation to chemical and physical stimuli. Nicole has previously worked on Antarctic krill omega 3’s in relation to climate change and Antarctic fur seal foraging behaviours in relation to bioluminescence and the thermocline. Nicole completed her Masters and PhD at the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies at the University of Tasmania.
Nicole has a passion for science communication and was a member of the Young Tassie Scientists for 6 years. Nicole has been engaged in multiple events as part of her science communication and is excited about new opportunities in this area.
Nicole is also a passionate advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion and is a committee member of the Pride in Polar Research group.