Thursday, February 9, 2017  
Moore to collaborate, expand research as Fulbright Scholar in Sweden

Paul MoorePaul Moore
The sparkling freshwater lakes and streams of southern Sweden will be the new research sites for Dr. Paul Moore, biological sciences. Moore has been named a Fulbright Scholar for 2017-18, and will spend six months at Lund University, the highest-ranked university in Sweden. He will be there from this September through February 2018.

The director of BGSU’s Laboratory for Sensory Ecology, Moore specializes in crustaceans’ sensory abilities and the role that chemical signals play in their ecological function. With his sabbatical approaching, he spent more than a year identifying the most advantageous place to work, planning and developing his Fulbright application. Lund rose to the top of the list for a variety of reasons.

“Lund is one of the oldest universities in Europe and one of the most prestigious,” Moore said. “It has a group of world-class limnologists (who study the biology, chemistry and geology of inland waters) that I’m looking forward to working with. I’ll be collaborating with researchers there, expanding my research and learning new techniques and systems. They also have contacts all across Europe, so I expect that this will stimulate new research endeavors for me.”


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