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Geneticist

Jeffrey John Hard, American geneticist. Achievements include lead role in developing National Marine Fisheries Service policy on salmon artificial propagation under the Endangered Species Act; senior authorship of National Marine Fisheries Service status review for pink salmon under Endangered Species Act.

Background

Hard, Jeffrey John was born on May 11, 1956 in Bangor, Maine, United States. Son of John Sherman and Kaye Frances (Marolf) Hard.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Oregon State University, 1979. Master of Science, University Alaska, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oregon, 1991.

Career

Fishery biological National Marine Fisheries Service, Auke Bay, Alaska, 1982-1986. Graduate teaching fellow University Oregon, Eugene, 1986-1988, graduate research fellow, 1988-1991. Fishery research biologist National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, since 1992.

Mentor University Oregon Mentor Program, 1995.

Achievements

  • Achievements include lead role in developing National Marine Fisheries Service policy on salmon artificial propagation under the Endangered Species Act. Senior authorship of National Marine Fisheries Service status review for pink salmon under Endangered Species Act.

Membership

Scientist-in-residence 4-J School District, Eugene, 1987-1988. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fisheries Society, American Institute Fishery Research Biologists, Sigma Xi.

Connections

father:
John Sherman Hard

mother:
Kaye Frances (Marolf) Hard