Team Bocas del Toro

Carly Otis 

Tess Bender

Raymod Boucher 

Jessalynn Spears

Hannah Swim

 

JESSalynn Spears 

 

MPhill Student in LIFS

 

 

 

 

CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS

 

CURRENT POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

 

Research assistant

UNDERGRADUATES INTERNS, STUDENT HELPERS,

AND FINAL YEAR PROJECT STUDENTS 

2014/2015

Wong Hoi Ni (BISC Yr3)

Ng Pui Lam (ENVS Yr 3) 

 

2015/2016

Chan Lok Kwan (ENVS Yr 4)

Chan Tsam Yuet (ENVS Yr 4)

Ng Pui Lam (ENVS Yr 4)

Li Tak Hou Gordon (ENVS Yr 4)

Lo Hau Kwan Abby (ENVS Yr 4)

Yeung Hui Ching (ENVS Yr 4)

 

 

 

 

Jing Yung WONG 

 

PhD student from Academia Sinica 

Co-supervised with Prof. Benny K.K. Chan

 

 

 

CURRENT LAB MEMBERS/

Friends OF THE LAB IN  HONG KONG 

 

Christmas Celebration at Prof. Chan's apartment (left)

Back Row (left to right): 

Karen Mak (RA), Holly Wong (FYP Student), Karen Chan 

Front Row (left to right):  

Jessamyn Chiu (student intern), Dr. Cynthia Yau (our default advisor) , and Calton Law (PhD student at HKU) 

 

Temple Street Nightmarket (right)

Back Row (left to right): 

Zaldy Maboloc (PhD student),Karen Mak (RA), Ah Yung (Guest student), Jessamyn Chiu (student intern), Ng Pui Lam (Student helper)

Front Row (left to right):  

Karen Chan , Nari Dorey (Postdoc), Jenny Ngo (RA) 

ELizaldy MAboloc

 

PhD student in MES

 

 

 

 

Dr. NARiMANE DOrey 

 

I am generally interested by marine invertebrates, developmental biology, ecology and ecophysiology in a changing world.

 

My post-doc project in Dr. Chan’s lab will focus on the effects of metals and ocean acidification on the larvae of invertebrates in order to gain insights regarding phenotypic plasticity, adaptation potential and parental acclimatization.

Esther Wong

 
I graduated from the Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University with a master's degree. I am generally interested in studying plankton physiological response and performance in changing ocean environment. In particular, I like applying visualisation and automatic classification technique on assisting the analysis of zooplankton abundance, size measurement and identification.
 

Jenny NGO 

 
I am a recent Environmental Science graduate from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Growing up in Hong Kong, I have always been aware of the environmental and ecological deterioration in urban areas. Working in Dr.Chan's lab will give me insight into our relationship with nature, and what we can do to protect it.

Photos by Dr. Karen Chan. Last updated on September 112017

LIFS, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong