Casey L Bowden Australian Society for Fish Biology Conference 2022

Casey L Bowden

Casey put on her first snorkel mask at the age of 4 and immediately fell in love with the ocean. She further discovered her passion for all things marine whilst travelling Australia as a child. Following this lifelong passion, Casey completed her Bachelor of Advanced Science degree, at James Cook University in 2019. She then worked as lab manager/research assistant for David Bellwood in 2020. The following year, she went on to complete her Honours Research focusing on the role of blennies in sediment dynamics on coral reefs. Excited by the research process, Casey is now completing her PhD with the Reef Function Hub, exploring interactions between fishes and the coral reef environment in which they live.

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