Cameron Eddy, Anthony Lab
I earned a B.S. from Allegheny College in 2012 with a double major in Biology and Environmental Science and a minor in German. My undergraduate thesis focused on eavesdropping in a non-social species. I spent the past year doing field research around North America and am starting a Master’s here this fall. For my Master’s thesis, I will be working in Dr. Anthony’s lab studying salamanders.
Meaghan Gade, Saporito Lab
I received a B.S. degree in Zoology, Conservation and Biodiversity from Auburn University in 2013. I will be working in Dr. Ralph Saporito’s lab, researching female mate choice in the strawberry poison frog, Oophaga pumilio.
Maria Iannucci, Drenovsky Lab
I received my M.S.E. in Life Science from Kent State University in 2010, and I worked as a high school science teacher before coming to John Carroll. I work in Dr. Drenovsky’s lab, and my research focuses on invasive aquatic plants. My primary research site is along the Russian River in California.
Anjali Karunatt, Johnson Lab
I graduated with a degree in Microbiology and Zoology from M.G. University in India. I will be working in Dr. Johnson’s lab on the role of interferons in immune function.
Kathleen Sagarin, Sheil Lab
I graduated in 2012 from McGill University with a BSc. in Biology and a minor in Geology. I’m interested in studying turtle phylogenetics with Dr. Sheil.
Julie Ziemba, Anthony Lab
I completed my B.S. in Biology at John Carroll University in 2009. Following graduation, I worked as a project assistant for a Lyme disease ecology lab at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, NY. My thesis research will examine interactions between Plethodon cinereus and invasive earthworms.