Conservation genomics of the Endangered North Atlantic right whale

Emma Sanders


I am a recent graduate of Saint Mary's University (BA Hons Sociology) with a keen interest in sociological research. As a student research assistant at SMU, I am working with Dr. Randle Hart on the social science (GE3LS) component of the Genome Canada Right Whale project. Specifically, our research focuses on examining the social networks of those interested and involved in NARW conservation to identify how genomic data can be effectively communicated and utilized to support conservation efforts.

To see a short interview video with Emma and to learn more about her involvement in the project, click here: