Hannah joined DEI in 2021 as a research technician, assisting senior and visiting scientists on projects relating to ocean acidification. Hannah recently graduated from Bowdoin College, where she studied Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology. At Bowdoin, she conducted research on predator-prey interactions between dog whelk snails and blue mussels and investigated how ocean acidification might impact the microscopic teeth (radulae) of carnivorous snails.
Hannah is originally from Northern California. In addition to her interest in biology, she enjoys reading cookbooks, dancing, and exploring the rocky intertidal.