Giulia Rossi

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My doctoral research in the Wright Lab focuses on understanding how amphibious fishes acclimate to two vastly different environments – land and water – using the same suite of structural and physiological traits. I am currently investigating the role of skeletal muscle remodeling in improving the locomotor performance of amphibious fishes in both aquatic and terrestrial settings. I am particularly excited about the link between skeletal muscle phenotype and metabolism, the cues for muscle remodeling when fish are out of water, and the mechanisms through which remodeling occurs.

  • B.Sc. – University of Guelph (2014)
  • M.Sc. – University of Victoria (2016)

Rossi G.S., Tunnicliffe, V (2017) Trade-offs in a high CO2 habitat on a subsea volcano: condition and reproductive features of a bathymodioline mussel. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 574, 49-64.

Children’s Book: Rossi G (2017) Dear Future Marine Biologists. Toronto, Canada. Create Space Publishing.