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Welcome to PlyMSEF2023

We are excited to welcome you to the PlyMSEF2023 conference hosted at Plymouth Marine Laboratory on 9th February 2023.

 

This conference is aimed at Plymouth's early career marine scientists and we welcome researchers from all disciplines of marine science.

The conference will have a relaxed feel with a smart/ casual dress code and an evening drinks reception. Please come with lots of questions in mind. Remember there is no such thing as a stupid question.

Follow us on Twitter @PlyMSEF2023 and use the hashtag #PlyMSEFConference2023.

 

For those presenting a talk:

  • Talks will be 10 minutes with 2 minutes of questions

 

For those presenting a poster: 

  • Posters must be PORTRAIT / A0 in size (1189 x 841 mm) 

  • Please submit your poster in PDF format by Tuesday 7th February 5 pm (GMT) via email to plymsef2023@gmail.com  

  • Bring the hard copy of your poster on the day

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OUR TEAM

PlyMSEF2023 is run by a group of volunteers from the University of Plymouth, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the Marine Biological Association.

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Hayley Mcilwraith

Emily Cooper

PhD Student at PML and University of East Anglia

Hayley is a PhD student researching the interactions, fate, and effects of microplastics in coastal vegetated habitats. 

PhD student at MBA and University of Plymouth

PhD Project: Marine fungi in the biological carbon pump.

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Kai Cursons

PhD student at MBA and University of Plymouth

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Emma Jones

PhD Student

PhD project: Scaling-up urban nature-based solutions: turning climate challenges into opportunities for humans and nature.

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Maxine Canvin

Yasmin Meeda

PhD Student at MBA & Newcastle University

PhD Student at MBA & University of Exeter

PhD Project: Quantifying the contribution of kelp farming to Blue Carbon ecosystem services. 

PhD Project: Novel tools to unravel phosphate sensing in marine diatoms using molecular techniques.

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Natalie Smith

PhD Student at PML

PhD Project: Conducting transdisciplinary work to understand and address the impacts of littered cigarette butts on the marine environment.

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