We’re always looking for excited prospective undergraduate and graduate students to join the lab. If you’d like more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Carly is a Ph.D. student in the EEEB program. Her work is focused on linkages between cable bacteria and bacteria that may benefit from their presence. Carly came to the lab from Texas A&M University – Galveston where she completed her undergraduate degree
Oluwaseun is a Ph.D. student in the EEEB program. She has a bachelors degree in microbiology from Obafemi Awolowo University and masters degrees in microbiology from University of Ibadan and in environmental science from Miami University. Oluwaseun is leading the lab’s efforts studying the impact of terrestrial chemicals on aquatic microbial communities
Helena is an applied biology major and came to the lab though Miami’s Ecology in Human Dominated Landscapes REU Program in 2021. Her research studied the effect of pesticides on microbial communities.
Charlotte is a junior microbiology major interested in microbial degradation of glyphosate
Stephanie is a senior applied biology major with interest in the impact of nutrient loading on Actin Lake microbial communities
Taylor was our first alumna! She graduated December 2019 with a Biology degree. She studied microbes associated with particulate matter in runoff.
Jaeydah is an undergraduate at Northern Kentucky University and joined the lab for the summer of 2019 as a part of Miami’s Ecology in Human Dominated Landscapes REU Program. She investigated the microbiomes of freshwater mussels
Leighanna was a microbiology major and studied algal toxin production in Acton Lake. she graduated in 2021
Emma is an applied biology major at Miami. Her research studied the effect of pesticides on microbial communities