People

katie

Katie Dixon

Katie is from Lake Mary, FL and is a pre-med student in the Sports Medicine department. Her anticipated date of graduation is 2014 and hopes to persue a career in pediatric medicine. She is working on the population structure of a threatened endemic plant, Phemeranthus mengesi.

Hannah

Hannah Chappell

Hannah worked on an ASPIRE grant in residence in summer 2013. She is a Biochemistry Computer Science double major looking into graduate school in bioinformatics or biomedical sciences

Hannah

Kaitlyn Schaaf

Kaitlyn is a biology Major who been highly involved in both mine and Dr. Malia Fincher's lab. Her current research into my lab is in the discontinuous breathing in Arctosa and a possilble facultative hypoxic coma.

drew

Drew Hataway

Ph.D. in population and conservation genetics from the University of Mississippi in 2011. He and his wife, Felicia, have two sons, Luke and Thomas, and a daughter Eleanor.

 

 

Former Lab Members

cody

Cody Davis

Cody has accepted an offer from Duke's biology department to enter into the PhD program there working with Gregory Wray and Paul Magwene.

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Cat Montgomery

Cat is from Gadsden, AL and is a nursing student at Samford's Ida V. Moffet School of Nursing and a biology minor.

 

Jeff

Jeff Ferrell

Jeff worked on the population structure of a threatened endemic plant, Phemeranthus mengesi.

 

Megan

Megan Cullip

Megan came to the lab from Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, VA to participate in our NSF REU program at Oak Mountain State Park with Dr. Larry Davenport and myself.Her major aims to be a field botanist for the national parks.

Sarah

Sarah Bowhay

Sarah is a Biochemistry major who hopes to work in computational medicinal chemistry doing drug discovery. She was responsible for the bioinformatics and tree building in the lab.

Nicole

Nicole Caston

Nicole is a Biology Major from Trussville, Alabama. She is planning on continuing a career in research after graduation She was working on the population structure of a threatened endemic plant, Phemeranthus mengesi.