As PI, Heather spends too much time at her computer and going to meetings and not enough time at the rig.
Zahraa is a senior who is studying skin-associated microbes in our salamanders.
Will is a senior working on mechanosensory aspects of courtship in axolotls.
Brielle is a second-year graduate student studying neural trade-offs inherent in possessing TTX.
Adam is a senior who manages our animal facility.
Roya is a junior studying secondary metabolites in microbes from newt skin.
Taylor is a graduate student studying courtship communication and its neural basis in axolotls.
Preethi is a sophomore studying secondary metabolites in microbes derived from newt skin.
Ayley (seen here in Ecuador last year) is a senior carrying out experiments on electrosensory signaling in axolotls.
Cole is a junior who is studying factors contributing to toxicity in newts.
Samantha is a graduate student who is studying mechanisms underlying toxin production in newts.
Emma Coddington, Willamette University
James Foster, University of Idaho
Lauren O’Connell, Stanford University
Kevin Theis, Wayne State University