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Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Library Assistant II

 Elizabeth Johnson - Library Assistant II

Elizabeth grew up in Richmond, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax, Virginia for her undergraduate degree at George Mason University where she majored in biology with a minor in ocean and estuary science. She was the team captain of the Division I Women's Rowing team and studied the gastric mill of Blue Crabs. She was an intern at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington D.C. and Silver Spring, Maryland where she worked with Sandra Raredon taking pictures and x-rays of holotype fish species in the collection for researchers around the world. After graduating from GMU in 2020, she moved to NSU and started on her master's in marine science! She has worked as a PADI divemaster and scuba diving instructor for Sea Experience for the past 1.5 years. She is currently in Dr. Tamara Frank's lab working on her thesis, which focuses on the differences between epipelagic and deep-sea sharks. As the new Library Assistant II at the NSU Oceanographic Campus Library, she is very excited to learn and share new research techniques and to meet all of the staff and students at NSU!  You can reach out to her for help with the 3D scanners and general circulation questions!

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