As a research assistant at the JL Fryer Aquatic Animal Health Lab, I am responsible for the daily animal husbandry, maintenance of the facility, and assisting researchers with experimental design. In addition, I am involved in the field work for projects monitoring the prevalence of Ceratonova shasta, its invertebrate host, and the effect of the parasite on salmonids in the Klamath River.
B.S. Environmental Science, Oregon State University
- Bruce A. Menge, Sally D. Hacker, Tess Freidenburg, Jane Lubchenco, Ryan Craig, Gil Rilov, Mae Noble, Erin Richmond (2011). Potential impact of climate-related changes is buffered by differential responses to recruitment and interactions. Ecological Society of America 81(3) 493-509.