Jeffrey Bromaghin, Ph.D.

My research broadly encompasses the development and application of advanced models and statistical methods to improve our understanding of ecological processes that influence the behavior, reproduction, and survival of individual animals, and how individual-animal outcomes ultimately scale upward to shape the dynamics and demographics of entire populations and communities through time.

Biography

Education

Ph.D.     1991     University of Wyoming     Statistics
M.S.      1988     University of Wyoming     Statistics
B.S.       1985     University of Alaska         Wildlife Management

Professional Experience

2009 - Present    Research Statistician, U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center
2000 - 2009        Statistician, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Fisheries and Ecological Services, Alaska Region
1990 - 2000        Regional Biometrician, Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Commercial Fisheries Division

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

The International Biometric Society
The Wildlife Society
Ecological Society of America

Honors and/or Awards

2014     U. S. Geological Survey, Quality step increase for exceptional performance
2014     U. S. Geological Survey, STAR award for special achievement
2012     U. S. Geological Survey, STAR award for special achievement
2012     Stevan Phelps Award, American Fisheries Society (Bromaghin et al., 2011, TAFS 140:235-249)
2011     U. S. Geological Survey, STAR award for special achievement
2010     U. S. Geological Survey, STAR award for special achievement
2007     U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, STAR award for exceptional performance
2007     U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Regional Director’s award for Science Excellence
2004     U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, quality step increase for sustained exceptional performance
2001     U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, STAR award for outstanding performance
1993     Letter of commendation, Alaska Dept. Fish and Game
1992     Deming Award for distinguished graduate program. Dept. of Statistics, University of Wyoming