Advisor: Ryan Mills
I am a master’s student working with Ryan Mills. My research, based in central Colorado, is focused on the generation and differentiation of continental crust using whole-rock radiogenic isotopic analyses combined with elemental chemistry.
My interests outside of academics include traveling, hiking, photography, playing musical instruments, skiing, playing badminton, and watching hockey (go jackets).email@example.com
Mitchell Hall 319
Advisor: Alecia Septer
I am studying competition in the bacterium Vibrio fischeri, which uses a molecular syringe called the Type VI Secretion System(T6SS) to transfer toxic proteins into other bacterial cells in a contact dependent manner. In juvenile Hawaiian bobtail squids, Vibrio fischeri colonize within hours and different genotypes of Vibrio fischeri compete against each other for space inside the host. We are interested in knowing how certain host conditions turn on the T6SS during this colonization process. This work adds value when thinking about host-microbe interactions in the environment and the outcomes of T6SS dependent firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Xiaoming Liu
I am a Ph.D. student working with Xiaoming Liu, currently I am working on lithium and potassium isotopes. I also have done some research in shale gas exploration with Prof. Jianhua Guo when I was a master student.
Apart from the research, I enjoy basketball, jogging, and email@example.com
Mitchell Hall 210A
Advisor: Drew Coleman
Advisor: Kevin Stewart
Mitchell Hall 105A