Meghan McBride » People
Meghan’s was an MSc student in the Bentzen Lab. Her research focused on the anadromous clupeid fish, Alosa pseudoharengus, commonly known as Gaspereau, Alewife and Kiack. Her research used microsatellite markers to examine population structure within Maine and Atlantic Canada, and also to examine the influence of stocking on patterns of genetic differentiation in Maine.
Meghan successfully defended her MSc thesis in April 2013, and is currently working as acting lab manager for the MGPL and assisting Paul Bentzen with his research.
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