Philip B. Moy has been the Fisheries and Nonindigenous Species Specialist for the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute since 1999. Based in the Manitowoc field office, Moy works with Great Lakes anglers as well as inland lake groups to provide public information about aquatic invasive species. Moy holds a PhD in zoology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He is currently vice-chair of the Great Lakes Aquatic Nuisance Species Panel and has received the Great Lakes Fishery Commission Jack Christie/Ken Loftus Award for Distinguished Contributions to Healthy Great Lakes Ecosystems. Before coming to Wisconsin, Moy was the Fisheries Biologist for the Chicago District Army Corps of Engineers and remains involved with the Chicago dispersal barrier project as co-chair of the Dispersal Barrier Advisory Panel.
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