Graduate research M.S. research opportunities in the field of Insect Vector Biology, Plant-Insect Interactions, and Insect ecology and behavior are available in my laboratory. Graduate students will have the opportunity to explore research questions in any of the aforementioned areas. Teaching assistantships are available on a competitive basis to assist graduate students pursuing their degree in the Department of Biology. If you are interested in graduate research opportunities in my lab or would like more information, please send me an email or stop by my office in SB 388. Additional information about applying to graduate school is available at the Biology department graduate programs website.
Undergraduate research Several undergraduate research opportunities are available in my lab. Undergraduate students will develop their own independent projects, but will be supervised by me. I encourage undergraduates to enroll in research credits (e.g. 195, 295, 595), so that credits earned can be used toward graduation as general elective credits. There are undergraduate scholarships available to assist students pursuing their degrees in the Department of Biology. If you are interested in undergraduate research opportunities in my lab or would like to know more, please feel free to send me an email or stop by my office in SB 388.