Interview by the University of South Florida “USF Marine Scientists conclude 10 years of unprecedented studies on the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill” (April 13, 2020)
Podcast “Panel Discussion (Episode 16): What we have learned about the Gulf for the past seven years” by David Levin, WUSF studios, Tampa, FL (November 19, 2019).
Invited talk, University of South Florida – College of Marine Science, “Organic molecular tracers of processes at depth in the Gulf of Mexico” (Oct 25, 2019).
Award Gulf Research Program, Early Career Research Fellowship – National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine , Washington D.C. Professional Development Meeting, Washington D.C., (September 4-5, 2019)
Workshop “Ecosystem Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Event: Assembling the Record of Species and Community Change” Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative’s Synthesis and Legacy Effort (Core Area 3). St. Petersburg, FL (July 23-25, 2019)
Workshop “Petrochemical Vulnerability Ranking Methodology Index for ~2,000 marine species”, Cuba (June 16-22, 2019), Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GOMRI)
Invited talk, “Remember the Horizon: How USF Research set a standard after the 2010 Gulf oil spill” Poynter Library, St Petersburg, University of South Florida (April 18, 2019)
Workshop “Fate of Oil” Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative’s Synthesis and Legacy Effort (Core Area 2)”, Washington, D.C. (June 12-14, 2019)
Invited talk, MOSSFA Workshop (Marine oil snow sedimentation and flocculent accumulation), Galveston, Texas (November 26-28, 2018). “Sedimentation of hydrocarbon mixtures after the DWH: Spatial extent and fate”
My work on deep-sea fishes highlighted by The Marine Diaries, Rita Steyn (2018) “When is a fish like a canary?
Congressional Earth and Space Science Caucus Exhibition (June 20, 2018) Washington D.C.
Invited talk, GOMRI Board Members visit for research outline of contaminants in mesopelagic fauna – DEEPEND Consortium, Nova Southeastern University, Deepend Consortium (June 13-14, 2017). “PAHs in tissues of mesopelagic fishes in the Gulf of Mexico”
St Petersburg Science Festival, Science in the Sun (October 21-22, 2016). Sharing with the public our project DEEPEND Consortium.
The story collider – Chronicles Personal Motivations for Research. Topic: Oil spills and Ecosystems CIMAGE II (Tampa, Stagework Theater, 2016). My personal story on the motivation to do what I do as a scientist. Also, as a podcast at: GulfCast Ep. 27 – Isabel Romero: One Hundred Years of Solitude
Radio interview at WUSF Public Media by Florida Matters, Carson Cooper (2015): “Five Years after the BP oil Spill
St Petersburg Science Festival Event (2015) – Another year of fun outreach showing the local community what we do at the lab.
Invited talk – Sea Grant Seminar Where did the oil go? (04/14/2015) NOAA’s Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center, Mobile, Alabama. “Spatial Extent of Contamination in the Gulf of Mexico after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill”
Podcast “Return to Ixtoc” David Levin talks about his visit to our R/V Justo Sierra research cruise experience in the Southern Gulf of Mexico (August 2015)
The documentary “Dispatches from the Gulf” Journal to Planet Earth Series. Produced by Screenscope Part 1 (2014) – Our fieldwork in the C-IMAGE Consortium (and… basically my 20 seconds of fame in the big screen): Part Four and Part Five.
St Petersburg Science Festival Event (2014) – Cool video of one of the most exciting outreach events we do in the lab.
Our work on contamination of fishes highlighted in the Tampa Bay Times (April 5, 2013) – Interview by Craig Pitman. Article: “Three years after the BP oil spill, USF research finds massive die-off”
Our work on PAHs in deep-sea fishes highlighted in the Science News (February 8, 2013) – Article: “BP research dollars yield signs of cautious hope” by Erik Stokstad