Mr James McCoy
School of Biological and Marine Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
ARIES NERC funded PhD student at the Marine Biology and Ecology Research Center (MBERC).
My research interests focus on understanding how environmental change influences the earliest life stages of marine and freshwater invertebrates through the application of bio-imaging, and computer vision approaches.
Supervisory team: Dr Oliver Tills, Professor John Spicer and Professor Simon Rundle.
MRes Marine biology, University of Plymouth, 2018: Distinction
Marine Biology and Oceanography, University of Plymouth, 2017: 1:1
Society of Experimental Biology
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
McCoy, J.C.S., Spicer, J.I., Tills, O., Rundle, S.D. (2020). Both maternal and embryonic exposure to mild hypoxia influence embryonic development of the intertidal gastropod Littorina littorea. Journal of Experimental Biology, 223, jeb221895.
Member of the organisation committee for PlyMSEF (Plymouth Marine Science and Education Foundation) conference 2020, a conference for postgraduate and early career marine scientists organised by students at the University of Plymouth, the Marine Biological Association and Plymouth Marine Laboratory.