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2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Symposium

Published on: Tue, 04/05/2016
Last Modified: Tue, 06/28/2016 - 12:03pm


A two day event that will showcase GLIER Graduate Students in the field of environmental health focusing on aquatic systems such as the Great Lakes.

The GLIER Symposium winners are:

1. The American Society of Microbiology (ASM) best talk winner: Tom Reid,  "Metatranscriptomics identifying microbial gene expression in natural hydrocarbon-rich environments"

2. GLIER best talk winners:

#1  Sarah Lehnert, "Redder isn't always better: differences in predation risk of red and white Chinook salmon eggs by rainbow trout".

#2  Graham Sorenson, "Individual success: linking foraging patterns with energetic physiology in an Arctic seabird".

#3  Clare Venney, "DNA methylation as an adaptive response to the genetic stress of inbreeding".

Students Tom Reid, Sarah Lehnert, Graham Sorensen, and Clare Venney

Image: From left to right are Thomas Reid, Sarah Lehnert, Graham Sorenson, and Clare Venney.