Roger T. Hanlon
|I am a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. I played baseball and football at Florida State University and majored in Biology, then spent 2 years as a Lieutenant in the US Army (1970-1971). I then traveled around the world for a year and entered graduate school:
- M.S. degree, U Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences 1975
- PhD degree, U Miami, RSMAS 1978
- NATO Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge University 1981
I moved to the Marine Biomedical Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, where I advanced through the academic ranks to full Professor and Chief of the Division of Biology and Marine Resources.
I spend a Sabbatical year in 1991 at the Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, and at Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington.