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Quinn Chippindale


Quinn joined ABEL after his year (2021) as an undergraduate student in the bachelor of health sciences program. He assisted PhD student, Adrienne McLean, in the round goby trapping studies, examining the behavioral determinants of the goby’s “trapability”. He helped catch goby in the field, and helped run  a series of laboratory behavioural studies to better understand whether particular traits enhance the chances of being caught.  This summer Quinn has returned to ABEL as a summer RA and is working with PhD student, Sina Zarini on a project that examines swim capacity for juvenile round goby.