Lab members, Hannah Bassett and Zach Koehn, and lab-alum, Marisa Nixon, attended the 5th International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC5) in Kuching, Malaysia from June 22-28. Hannah presented her work titled, “Paradoxical advantages and disadvantages of dive fishing for achieving holistic sustainability,” Zach’s presentation was on “Connecting fishery science to health policies for diet-specific solutions in low-income low food access communities: a population health approach”, and Marisa presented her recent work as a Hershman Fellow with the Washington State Department of Health, titled, “Public health and personal livelihoods: socioeconomic impacts of the response to shellfish-transmitted norovirus in Hammersley Inlet, Puget Sound.”