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Second Year Fellows

To view a student’s CV, please click on their name. Click on Fellow Introduction, to view a day in the life of a fellow.

CrystalIvey Crystal Ivey
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Biology, Georgia Southern University
Research Area: The regulation of neuronal migration in developing embryons of Danio rerio.
Partner School: Effingham High School
Partner Teacher: Yvonne Arnsdorff
Fellow Introduction
 JohnLudwig John Ludwig
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Biology, Georgia Southern University
Research Area: The genetic relationship between tick species and their hosts.
Partner School: South Effingham High School
Partner Teacher: Cynthia Dean
Fellow Introduction
 DeanMoore Dean Moore
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Biology, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Research Area: Canopy structural alterations to nitrogen functions of the soil microbial community in a Quercus virginiana forest.
Partner School: Portal Middle/High School
Partner Teacher: Alicia Garcia
Fellow Introduction
 AliciaReiger800 Alicia Reigel
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Environmental Policy, Management and Conservation, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Research Area: Marine Invertebrates
Thesis: The role of artificial structures in facilitating range expansion of the invasive barnacle, Megabalanus coccopoma, in the southeastern U.S.
Partner School: Southeast Bulloch High School
Partner Teacher: Jessica Bragdon
Fellow Introduction
 amandaReynolds800 Amanda Reynolds
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Biology, Georgia Southern University
Research Area: Molecular Physiology
Thesis: Physiological Stress Response in Fish: From Hypoxic Stress in Tilapia and Striped Bass to Thermal Stress in Antarctic Icefish
Partner School: Statesboro High School
Partner Teacher: Bradley Ward
Fellow Introduction
 ColeYancey Cole Yancey
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. Biology, Creighton University
Research Area: Myosin Va motor protein function in developing Danio rerio embryos and its relationship with Griscelli Syndrom.
Partner School: Effingham High School
Partner Teacher: Laura Ike
Fellow Introduction
 zehrlouise Louise Zehr
Undergraduate Degree: B.A. Biology, Bethel College
Research Area: Myosin Va motor protein function in developing Danio rerio embryos and its relationship with Griscelli Syndrom.
Partner School: Bradwell Institute
Partner Teacher: Donna Hanson
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