Fisheries Staff

Scientist standing in a boat holding a fish
 

David H. Keller, Ph.D. (dhk44@drexel.edu)

Fisheries Section Head

 

Dave has over 20 years of experience in fisheries science and has been with the Academy since 2004. He is responsible for overseeing projects, staff, and field and laboratory research. His research has focused on restoration and conservation of game and non-game fishes, species of conservation concern, impacts and management of invasive species, and understanding human impacts such as land use change, dams, and emerging contaminants. Dave is also interested in combining traditional and novel techniques to solve problems dealing with fish.

Scientist standing by a river
 

Paul F. Overbeck (pfo23@drexel.edu)

Fisheries Biologist

 

Paul has over thirty-five years of experience in fisheries science including field collection, identification, and analysis of freshwater and marine species. Paul manages the Fisheries laboratory and various projects for the Fisheries Section. He has extensive experience in aging fish, fish identification, and fish assessment.

 Scientist standing by a river
 

Allison M. Stoklosa, M.S.(ams844@drexel.edu)

Fisheries Biologist

Allison has over 10 years of experience in the natural sciences and has been with the Academy since 2014. In addition to field and laboratory research, Allison manages various projects and oversees data management for the Fisheries Section. She conducts statistical analyses and has extensive experience assessing fish assemblages and identifying fishes.