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Research Staff - Mystic Aquarium

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Laura Thompson, PhD
Research Fellow Photo of Laura Thompson Laura first came to the aquarium as a RAVS intern during the summer of 2005, working on the identification and quantification of different lymphocytes in wild bottlenose dolphins. She has since also worked as an assistant in the marine mammal and sea turtle stranding program and as a research technician on multiple aspects of the marine origin Brucella project. She holds a first class BSc with honours in Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of London, and has continued to carry out research at the aquarium while pursuing her PhD in Oceanography at the University of Connecticut. Her research interests focus on marine mammal dive physiology and health, as well as developing methodology to use blow (breath condensate) as a non-invasive means to monitor physiology.


Researcher Bios - Mystic Aquarium

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Tracy Romano, PhD | PeterAuster, PhD | Paul Anderso, PhD | Ebru Unal, PhD | Maureen Driscoll, PhD | Laura Thompson, PhD | Justin Richard | Allison Tuttle, DVM, Diplomate ACZM
Laura Thompson, PhD, Research Fellow Dr. Laura Thompson came to Mystic Aquarium as a research intern during the summer of 2005, working on the identification and quantification of lymphocyte subsets in wild bottlenose dolphins. Thompson holds a first-class BSc with honors in Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of London, and obtained her PhD in Oceanography from the University of Connecticut (UConn). Thompson was the first graduate student to complete her degree through a partnership between Mystic Aquarium and UConn's Marine Science Department at Avery Point. As part of this agreement, she fulfilled the requirements for a PhD at UConn, but carried out her dissertation research at the Aquarium under the advisement of Dr. Tracy Romano. Her main research interest is marine mammal dive physiology and health, including the role of the immune system in the development of dive-related injury and disease. As part of her PhD dissertation, Thompson developed a method to collect samples of respiratory vapor, or "blow," from belugas, and has used blow sampling to measure changes in cortisol both in animals at Mystic Aquarium as well as in the field. As part of her postdoctoral work, Thompson is studying the relationship between immune cell function, diving and dive-related injury in marine mammals, investigating the hypothesis that a less-sensitive immune response is another mechanism through which marine mammals avoid the bends.


Aquatic Research - Mystic Aquarium

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Laura Thompson, PhD
Research Fellow Photo of Laura Thompson Laura first came to the aquarium as a RAVS intern during the summer of 2005, working on the identification and


www.mysticaquarium.org

Laura Thompson, PhD
Laura Thompson, PhD Research Fellow Photo of Laura Thompson Laura first came to the aquarium as a RAVS intern during the summer of 2005, working on the identification and quantification of different lymphocytes in wild bottlenose dolphins. She has since also worked as an assistant in the marine mammal and sea turtle stranding program and as a research technician on multiple aspects of the marine origin Brucella project. She holds a first class BSc with honours in Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of London, and has continued to carry out research at the aquarium while pursuing her PhD in Oceanography at the University of Connecticut. Her research interests focus on marine mammal dive physiology and health, as well as developing methodology to use blow (breath condensate) as a non-invasive means to monitor physiology.


Research Staff - Mystic Aquarium

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Laura Thompson, BS
Research Fellow Photo of Laura Thompson Graduating in 2006, Laura holds a BSc in Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of London. Laura first came to the aquarium as a RAVS intern during the summer of 2005, working on the identification and quantification of different lymphocytes in wild bottlenose dolphins. Since then, she has also worked as an assistant in the marine mammal and sea turtle stranding program and as a technician on multiple aspects of the marine origin Brucella project. In 2008 she was accepted into the oceanographic program at UCONN, Avery Point with the opportunity to conduct her research at Mystic Aquarium. She is currently persuing a PhD with an interest in diving behavior and health.


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