- Ph.D., 2007, Marine Science, College of William and Mary - Virginia Institute of Marine Science
- M.S., 2001, Environmental Science, Drexel University
- B.S., 1997, Environmental Science, Drexel University
- 2011-present: Research Fishery Biologist, Ecosystem Dynamics and Assessment Program, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
- 2010-2011: Associate Research Scholar, Princeton University
- 2007-2009: Post-Doctoral Research Associate, College of William and Mary - Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Vince's broad interdisciplinary research interests are in the fields of marine ecosystems and climate variability, climate change impacts on living marine resources, fisheries oceanography, sea turtle biology, and high-resolution global climate modeling. My research is geared to aid in the process of moving forward towards Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management under changing climate conditions. To accomplish this, I collaborate with a wide range of fellow scientists at NMFS and GFDL, along with those in academia and other national/international organizations.