Chengxue Li, Ph.D.
Chengxue joined the NEFSC as a postdoctoral research associate in October 2022, after completing his PhD in Marine Biology from Texas A&M University at Galveston. He also holds a MS degree in Marine Resource Management (with a minor in Statistics) from Oregon State University and a BS degree in Fisheries from Shanghai Ocean University. His research focuses on understanding spatio-temporal dynamics of marine populations under climate change and human disturbance. Chengxue is currently working with Jon Deroba on developing diagnostic tools for the Woods Hole Assessment Model (WHAM) and also attempting to incorporate environmental covariates in stock assessment models.