Postdoctoral Research Associate
Dr. Tse-Lynn Loh continues Shedd’s regional efforts in Southeast Asia through a joint position co-supervised by Shedd’s longtime conservation partner, Project Seahorse. Dr. Loh is working in Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia to generate a dynamic distribution map of all seahorses and establish new long-term study sites. She has extensive experience with public outreach in Southeast Asia, including cofounding a marine conservation organization in Singapore that has introduced thousands of Singaporeans to life along their local shorelines, which makes her an ideal candidate to develop a new citizen science seahorse monitoring program in the region. She received her PhD in marine biology in 2012 from the University of North Carolina−Wilmington.