CV

pdf of current CV

Education

August 2014-present
PhD Ecology (in progress) University of Georgia, Athens, GA, Advisors: Craig Osenberg (UGA) and Scott McKinley (Tulane)

August 2010-July 2014
begin PhD University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl, Advisors: Craig Osenberg (UGA) and Scott McKinley (Tulane)

May 2010
B.A. Marine Biology and Applied Mathematics New College of Florida, Sarasota, Fl, Thesis: Spatial Analysis of Octopus Dens and Predation, Advisors: Sandra Gilchrist and Necmettin Yildirim

Publications

2014
Ferguson, J.M., Langebrake, J.B., Cannataro, V., Garcia, A.J., Hamman, E.A., Martcheva, M. Osenberg, C.W. Optimal sampling strategies for detecting zoonotic disease epidemics. PLOS Computation Biology 10(6): e1003668 (link)

2011
Broome, M., Claar, D., Hamman, E., Matthews, T., Salazar, M., Shugart-Schmidt, K., Tillman, A., incent, M., and J. Berkson. Exploratory Assessment of Four Stocks in the U.S. South Atlantic: Black Sea Bass (Centropristis ocyurus), Gray Triggerfish (Balistes capriscus), Sand Perch (Diplectrum formosum), Tomate (Haemulon aurolineatum). NOAA Technical Memorandum Annual Meeting; NMFS-SEFSC-617 (link)

in review
Hamman, E.A., Osenberg, C.W., McKinley, S.A., Stier, A.C. Spatial patterns of symbionts arising from propagule redirection

in prep
Hamman, E.A. Spatial distribution of damage affects skeletal growth and scar healing

in prep
Hamman, E.A. Aggregation patterns of two corallivorous snails and applications for coral dynamics

Teaching

2014
Moorea Marine Ecology Field Course, Teaching Assistant, University of Florida

2013-2014
General Ecology Lab, Teaching Assistant, University of Florida

2010-2011
Biological Sciences 2011L (Intro Bio Lab 2), Teaching Assistant, University of Florida

2009
Computational Ordinary Differential Equations, Teaching Assistant, New College of Florida

2009
Scientific Computing, Teaching Assistant, New College of Florida

Mentoring

2013-2014
Alissa Rubin Thesis: The Relationship Between Barnacles and Green Sea Turtle Health, University of Florida.

2012-2013
Luc Overholt Thesis: Comparison of sampling methods used to study plant-pollinator systems, University of Florida.

2011-present
Field Assistants: Julie Zill, Angela Mulligan, Morgan Farrell

2011-present
Lab Assistants: Luc Overholt, Alissa Rubin, Sean Deeb, Keiana Solomon, Carly Roeser

Internships and Workshops

July 2012
Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling of Infectious Diseases Department of Biostatistics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

April 2012
Workshop on Spatial Models of Micro and Macro Systems Mathematical Biology Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

June 2011
Ocean Bridges Workshop, French American Cultural Exchange and Gump Research Station,, Moorea, French Polynesia.

Summer 2010
RTR Summer Program National Marine Fisheries Service Recruiting, Training and Research Program, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

April 2012
RTR Workshop National Marine Fisheries Service Recruiting, Training and Research Program, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (workshop in Marathon, FL)

Honors

January 2015
2nd Place PhD Research Presentation Odum School of Ecology Graduate Student Symposium

January 2014
Runner-up Best Graduate Student Talk North Florida Marine Science Symposium

2013
Video and Poster Public Choice Award National Science Foundation IGERT Video and Poster Competition, with Vincent Cannataro, Jake Ferguson, Andy Garcia, and Jessica Langebrake

2012
Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program

2011
Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program

2010
Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program

2009

Morris K. Udall Scholar, Morris K. Udall Foundation