Lab Overview

The Daly-Engel Shark Conservation Lab is a university-affiliated educational nonprofit that studies the molecular ecology and evolution of sharks and other marine megafauna. We focus broadly on researching the evolution of reproductive strategies, speciation, dispersal, stock structure, and habitat use of elasmobranchs (sharks, skates and rays), in order to facilitate conservation.

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Partners & Collaborators

Mississippi State University NOAA Fisheries MOTE Marine Laboratory Smithsonian Environmental Center New College Florida Bimini Biological Field Station Foundation 
  University of Miami Rosentiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science  University of Southern Mississippi  University of Trinidad and Tobago  University of North Florida  

Georgia Southern University  Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission  MARALLIANCE  South Carolina Department of Natural Resources  Havenworth Coastal Conservation 

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 Florida Institute of Technology
150 W. University Blvd
Olin Life Sciences, room 205