Invertebrates

Nora Frank

  • Laboratory Assistant III
  • White Abalone Captive Breeding Program
Bodega Marine Laboratory
University of California Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory, PO Box 247, 2099 Westshore Rd, Bodega Bay CA 94923

Sara Hamilton, Ph.D.

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • Bodega Marine Laboratory
Bodega Marine Laboratory
University of California Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory, PO Box 247, 2099 Westshore Rd, Bodega Bay CA 94923

Samuel Walkes

  • Graduate Student
  • PhD Student
  • Graduate Group in Ecology
  • Evolution and Ecology
Bodega Marine Laboratory
University of California Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory, 2099 Westshore Rd, Bodega Bay CA 94923

Inside the Kueltz Lab at UC Davis

Dr. Kueltz’s background

Dr. Dietmar Kueltz describes himself as  “...a comparative biologist and most interested in mechanisms of stress-induced evolution. My lab studies how fish and marine invertebrates counteract environmental stress.” Originally from Berlin, Germany, he grew up interested in aquatic life. “I was diving and swimming a lot,” he said, “and I am interested in watersports and just about everything aquatic.” Dr. Kueltz attributes this early love of aquatics to his interest in studying stress and evolution in aquatic organisms.