Meghna Marjadi, Ph.D.
Meghna is CINAR Postdoctoral Fellow working with the NEFSC Cooperative Research Branch and SMAST (School of Marine Science & Technology, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth). In this role, Meghna will use high-resolution fishery dependent data to better understand how offshore wind installation may impact fishing operations. Meghna completed her Ph.D. in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst where her dissertation considered how climate change may influence migration patterns and population dynamics in anadromous river herring and how these biological impacts may affect broader ecosystems and related global food system. Meghna also earned her M.S. in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at UMass-Amherst and her B.S. in wildlife biology at McGill University. Additionally, Meghna is a Switzer Foundation Fellow