Feting Fall Grads

Congratulations to the Biograds who successfully completed their degrees during the fall quarter! We're sad to see them go but thrilled for their accomplishments!

Edith Pierre-Jerome
Tuning the auxin transcriptional response 
Nemhauser Lab | September 18
Up Next: Edith is now a post doc with Benfey lab at Duke. Her project is focused on applying synthetic biology to parse the transcriptional networks underlying the acquisition of cell fate in plant roots.


Kevin Turner
Effects of fish predation on benthic communities in the San Juan Archipelago 
Sebens Lab | October 21
Up Next: Kevin headed across the mountains to Pullman, where his wife is attending vet school. His 2 year old son keeps him very busy as he pursues teaching opportunities and tries to get used to living in a world without a next-door ocean.
Website: www.trophicecology.com






Laura Newcomb
Elevated temperature and ocean acidification alter mechanics of mussel attachment
Carrington Lab | December 10
Up Next: Laura is a now Sea Grant Knauss Fellow working at NOAAs Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research with the Office of Laboratories and Cooperative Institutes. She will be serving in part as a liaison between NOAA labs and NOAA headquarters, learning the policy side of science along the way.
Website: www.laura-newcomb.com

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