2019-on | Rotating Gradudate Student | Stanford University
2015-19 | BSc in Oceanography | University of British Columbia
Veronica is a first year PhD student at Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University who completed her BSc in Oceanography and Biology at the University of British Columbia in 2019. She is broadly interested in how genomic data and principles of evolutionary biology can be used to understand species adaptation to climate change. As an undergraduate student, she pursued a thesis on the distribution and phylogeny of a common fish virus in the Pacific Northwest, helped organize oceanographic fieldwork, and worked as a science educator in several settings. In the Moi lab, she hopes to explore how predictive models of species adaptation can be applied to marine environments.