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From the shoreline to the deep ocean, tackling issues from pure ecology
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MSc Alumna Career Update - Christina Pullan

MSc alumna career update

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Christina Pullan is now Science Officer with Reef Doctor

Christina holds a BSc in Environmental Sciences from the University of Brighton and a MSc in Climate Change from Heriot Watt University. She joined the science team in October 2016 with 4 years of experience in delivering marine education and conservation. She has previously worked as an Assistant Marine Conservation & Engagement Officer for Sussex Wildlife Trust, a Trainee Marine & Coastal Conservation Officer for the Cumbria Wildlife Trust, a Shark Tagging Research Assistant for the Marine Life Trust, and a Marine Education & Conservation Officer for the NGO Ecoteer in Malaysia. Christina joins the team with an excellent knowledge of Madagascar’s marine ecosystems having previously spent time in the north of Madagascar as a Marine Research Assistant with the NGO Frontier. In her role as Science Officer, she is responsible for conducting regular marine research, training our volunteers/interns, and helping to run our coral reef restoration programmes.

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