Lian Guo is a Research Coordinator for California Sea Grant’s Science Integration Team based out of Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Lian has a background in aquatic ecophysiology and conservation, and experience working in diverse fields, including fisheries, aquaculture, environmental toxicology, socio-ecological systems, and molecular biology. Lian is experienced in coordinating research and programming with academic, nonprofit, state, and federal partners to improve the resilience of coastal resources and inclusivity of conservation science and management practices.
Lian is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in organismic and evolutionary biology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She has a bachelor’s degree in organismal biology from Scripps College. Lian is an officer of the Equal Opportunities Section of the American Fisheries Society and is training as a Climate Ambassador to better communicate climate change issues in fisheries. Once she defends her Ph.D., Lian plans to spend much more time outside, enjoying the hikes and beaches of San Diego. To learn more about Lian, visit https://www.lianwguo.com/.
- Fisheries and aquaculture
- Climate impacts and mitigation
- Aquatic ecology and physiology
- Data analysis and visualization