Lis Cordner | Masters Student | email@example.com
Short Bio: Lis Cordner is originally from Connecticut and started volunteering in the Sandin Lab in the winter of 2011. She has a B.S. in Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution from UCSD and is now working towards her masters. She hopes to one day purse a Ph.D. in Ecology.
Research Interests: In the Sandin lab, she investigates the diet breadth of fish from different trophic levels across the Line Islands, specifically focusing on the effects of predators and food availability. She is doing this by identifying and quantifying fish gut contents. In general, she is interested in looking at community dynamics as well as animal behavior. She loves to hike, dive, go to concerts and travel. She has been to over 20 foreign countries, including the Galapagos and studied Marine Biology on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia!