Assistance for ESA Members Affected by Recent Natural Disasters
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Email AddressFirst NameLast NameLocation (City, State)Phone Number
Affiliation (university, organization, or institution)
What would you like to offer? (lab equipment, supplies, materials, lab space, etc.) Please list each resource in a separate field.
What would you like to offer? (#2)
What would you like to offer? (#3)
What would you like to offer? (#4)
How soon could you provide the resources offered?
Anything else? (comments, more information, or additional offers for assistance)
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vannimj@miamioh.eduMichaelVanniOxford, Ohio513-529=3192Miami Universitylab equipmentlab spacesuppliesWithin 2 weeks
More than happy to help
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elizabethridolfi1@gmail.com
ElizabethCassDavis, California530 906 2793
Oregon State University
Household SuppliesAs soon as possible
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julie.k.young@aphis.usda.gov
JulieYoungLogan, UT1-435-890-8204
USDA-NWRC & Utah State University
office spacetemporary housinglab spaceresearch facilityAs soon as possible
Predator Research Facility - can do research on site or use as base. More info at goo.gl/PUHynx & links therein
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serita.frey@unh.eduSeritaFreyDurham, NH603-862-3880
University of New Hampshire
Lab space for microbial ecology and biogeochemistry
Equipment related to soil and molecular analyses
Could potentially offer supplies depending on project
As soon as possible
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megan.tyrrell@state.ma.us
MeganTyrrellCape Cod, MA508.457.0495
Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Donate one week of my vacation time as a marine ecologist with field data collection, data analysis and planning monitoring projects.,
February or April 2018
I would pay for my own travel to your site.
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chawkes@austin.utexas.edu
ChristineHawkesAustin, TX512-475-6479
University of Texas at Austin
Office spaceLab useAs soon as possible
I can host up to 4 scientists through Aug 2018.
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dvazquez@mendoza-conicet.gob.ar
DiegoVázquezMendoza, Argentina+5492616987292
Instituto Argentino de Investigaciones de las Zonas Áridas, CONICET & Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Office spaceLab space
2017 and 2018 (specific time to be arranged)
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latahcreek@gmail.comRebecca BrownSpokane, WA(509)435-7642
Eastern Washington University
Funds for ecology research oriented students affected by the hurricane so they can get back to focusing on school/research
When needed
I can only offer a limited amount of funds ($500) but combined with others this could be really helpful for students who have lost their sources of income or homes. Would need help from local faculty identifying the students who would most benefit.
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saarad@clemson.eduSaaraDeWaltClemson, SC8645028403Clemson UniversityLab spaceLab equipmentAs soon as possible
Happy to help any way I can.
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svanbael@tulane.eduSunshineVan BaelNew Orleans, LA5048628291Tulane University
lab space for PIs or graduate students
use of lab equipmentAs soon as possible
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kcapps@uga.eduKristaCappsAthens, GA
001-484-366-2934 (cell)
University of Georgia
Lab space for faculty or graduate students needing to analyze samples. We are a freshwater ecology lab. I would be happy to discuss resources.
Office space for up to two graduate students.
As soon as possible
I would be happy to speak with anyone about resources that might be available. Again, we are a freshwater ecology laboratory. My lab works comfortably in both English and Spanish.
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aboyle@ksu.eduAliceBoyleManhattan, KS7855321701
Kansas State University
office or lab space
field equip for avian research (mist nets, banding tools)
As soon as possible
let us know what you need
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kjfeeley@gmail.comKennethFeeleyMiami, Florida, USA305-284-5748University of MiamiEcology Lab SpaceOffice SpaceAs soon as possible
Before any final offer of space or assistance, I will need to get approval from my Department and University
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jccolongaud@georgiasouthern.edu
ChecoColon-GaudStatesboro, Georgia912-478-0053
Georgia Southern University
Lab space for sample storage or research; if a student/faculty needs to continue processing samples to avoid delays in graduation, deadlines, etc. (we're a freshwater ecology lab with an aquatic entomology focus)
Printing needs; if a student or faculty needs to print a poster for a conference (e.g., SACNAS, SICB) we can help
As soon as possible
I'm born and raised in Puerto Rico and thankful that my family and relatives are safe and out of harm. To my colleagues and their students in PR, particularly at the UPR system, the LUQ-LTER, etc., let us know how we can help. I'll be at the SACNAS meeting in October if you or your students need help.
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kholl@ucsc.eduKarenHollSanta Cruz, CA831-459-3668
University of California, Santa Cruz
Lab and office space for faculty or graduate students
As soon as possible
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jmrodrigues@ucdavis.edu
JorgeRodriguesDavis, CA530--341-4355
University of California - Davis
I can offer lab space for graduate students interested in soil microbial ecology
Office Space for graduate students to write and analyze high throughput sequencing data
Limited suppliesAs soon as possibleFeel free to ask
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mdwasser@indiana.edu
MichaelWassermanBloomington, Indiana812-855-7732Indiana UniversityLab spaceOffice spaceAs soon as possible
Please contact me by email to discuss suitability of the space.
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rosemond@uga.eduAmyRosemondAthens, GA706-542-3903University of GeorgiaLab spaceOffice spaceAs soon as possible
Mine is an aquatic ecology lab in the Odum School of Ecology - if an ecologist - senior professional or student needs a place to regroup, you would be welcome to visit.
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duffymeg@umich.eduMeghanDuffyAnn Arbor, MI734-763-3658University of Michiganlab spaceoffice spaceAs soon as possible
My lab focuses on aquatic ecology and disease ecology. We would be happy to host scientists!
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coley@biology.utah.edu
LissyColeySalt Lake City, Utah8012720816University of Utah
lab equipment, lab space
desk spaceWithin 2 weeks
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egornish@email.arizona.edu
EliseGornishTucson, AZ520-621-3307University of Arizona
Field equipment (for vegetation surveys)
Lab space (field lab)As soon as possible
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sanjuro@si.eduOrisSanjurPanama City, Panama+507-212-8017
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
office spacelab spaceAs soon as possible
Please contact us by email to discuss your needs and suitability of the space. We also invite any interested faculty or students to apply for our fellowship offerings: http://www.stri.si.edu/english/education_fellowships/fellowships/
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Dkashian@wayne.eduDonnaKashianDetroit, MI313577-8052Wayne State University
support for travel-flight out
lab spacelodgingAs soon as possible
Right now we have funds specifically for University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez - students or faculty-but if you are interested in urban research please call and we will try and figure something out.
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jamyers@wustl.eduJonathanMyersSt. Louis, MO314-935-3167
Washington University in St. Louis
lab spacelab equipmentAs soon as possible
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Wright@nmsu.eduTimWrightLas Cruces, NM575-312-3765
New Mexico State University
Lab and office space, lab equipment for behavior and genetic studies, loan of field equipment for avian behavior
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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phoude@nmsu.eduPeter HoudeLas Cruces, NM(575) 646-6019
New Mexico State University
BSL-1 space and use of standard mol biol apparati to one or two people
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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kmabry@nmsu.eduKarenMabryLas Cruces, NM(575) 646-2633
New Mexico State University
Lab space for basic molecular work, desk space
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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cshuster@nmsu.eduBradShusterLas Cruces, NM (575) 646-1325
New Mexico State University
molecular, biochemical and imaging approaches to study the cytoskeleton and cell division.Standard molecular equipment, access to mammalian cell culture facilities and we have a variety of wide-field fluorescence and confocal microscopes
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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nish@nmsu.eduMicheleNishiguchiLas Cruces, NM(575) 646-3721
New Mexico State University
lab equipment and space for molecular biology and microbiology of marine symbiosis
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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ferrenbe@nmsu.eduScottFerrenbergLas Cruces, NM(575) 646-4003
New Mexico State University
lab space and equipment for soil and plant ecology, desk space
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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khanley@nmsu.eduKathyHanleyLas Cruces, NM575-312-3850
New Mexico State University
lab space and equipment for studying disease ecology and molecular virology of arthropod borne viruses
As soon as possible
please contact directly to discuss possible arrangements
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leslieb@earlham.eduLeslieBishopNashville, Indiana765-277-1672
retired from Earlham College
housing: 15 miles from Indiana University
As soon as possible
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bbraker@oxy.eduElizabethBrakerLos Angeles CA909-225-8798Occidental College
ecology lab space and basic supplies
shared office space As soon as possible
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ostertag@hawaii.eduRebeccaOstertagHilo, HI808-932-7573
University of Hawaii at Hilo
Lab spaceBasic field equipmentAs soon as possible
in our lab, a person could sit and do writing and basic lab work (ovens, scales, etc), and use the field (Hawaiian ecosystems). However, we don't have housing.
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