Welcome to NEAS

 

The Northeast Algal Society is a regional phycological society that is dedicated to the furtherment of phycological (algal) research and education in the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. We work to encourage and promote the growth and development of phycology as a pure and applied phase of biological sciences and to promote the general welfare and good fellowship of phycologists and other biologists, particularly in the States and Provinces of the geographical region of northeastern North America.

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The 56th Annual Northeast Algal Symposium
 

The 56th Annual Northeast Algal Symposium (NEAS) was held on April 21-23, 2017 at the historic Mount Washington Resort, a beautifully renovated grand hotel located in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. The Symposium was an excellent opportunity for professionals and students to present talks or posters and to interact with other phycologists from the region.


Congratulations to this year's Student Award Winners.

Robert T. Wilce Award
Danielle Perry
(Advisor: Carol Thornber)
University of Rhode Island
"Impacts of Fucus and bloom-forming Ulva on salt marsh vegetation and greenhouse gases."

Francis R. Trainor Award
Kristen Slodysko
(Advisor: Greg Boyer)
SUNY Syracuse
"Microcystin in fish tissue: a potential risk to consumers?"

President's Award
Timothy Earley
(Advisor: Amy Carlile)
University of New Haven
"DNA methylation as a possible control for morphological form in Ulva compressa"

Frank Shipley Collins Award

 

The award is given from time to time by the NEAS Executive Committee to honor professional phycologists who have supported NEAS above and beyond the call of duty. The Collins Award was presented at this year's meeeting to Dr. Peter Siver (Connecticut College), who has served NEAS in many roles including to two recent terms as President.


For general information about NEAS please contact Louise Lewis