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Our fellowship winners are the soul of our organization and have impact across many different scientific fields. If you would like to apply for a fellowship yourself, find out more information here.


Nell Mondy Fellowship / Hartley Corporation Fellowship


Aliza De Nobrega

PhD Student

Florida State University


Aliza is a PhD student in the Program of Neuroscience at Florida State University. Her research addresses the reciprocal interactions between aging and circadian biology and their effect on drug neurobiology. She will use her GWIS fellowship to investigate how environmental and genetic reinforcement of the circadian clock in middle and old age can ameliorate the toxic effects of alcohol using the well-conserved and genetically tractable model – Drosophila(fruit fly).  



Nell Mondy Fellowship / Jean Langenheim Fellowship


Ashwini Ramesh

PhD Student

Indiana University


Ashwini is a PhD Student in the Department of Biology at Indiana University, Bloomington. She investigates mechanisms of parasite coexistence that maintain parasite biodiversity and its implications for disease spread. Based on classic and more recent ecological theory, she examines the role of environmental variation in maintaining parasite diversity using entomopathogenic nematodes. These nematodes with a mobile, free-living transmission stage are subjected to an array of environmental conditions prior to infecting the host. She tests the role of spatio-temporal environmental variation using storage effect theory and classic host niche partitioning in maintaining parasite diversity using a combination of mathematical modelling, mesocosm experiments, and field surveys. This work will help inform conservation efforts seeking to restore healthy ecosystems. Ashwini will use the GWIS fellowship to advance her project and collect data on distributions of nematodes in temperate forests of Indiana. 



Nell Mondy Fellowship / Elizabeth Weisburger Fellowship


Christina Saak

Postdoctoral Fellow

University of California, San Diego


Christina is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of California, San Diego. She is using the cheese rind microbiome as a model system to test how selective access to nutrients, such as iron, affects growth of individual community members as well as the microbial community as a whole. Siderophores, high-affinity metal chelators, require specialized uptake machinery and her current studies focus on a cheese microbiome-associated mobile genetic element encoding a novel, predicted siderophore uptake complex. She will use the GWIS fellowship funds to investigate whether this mobile element is transferred between members of the community and if so, which factors affect its spatial and temporal transfer dynamics. This research may provide valuable insights into how siderophore-based approaches can be used to manage microbial communities and combat pathogens.  



Adele Lewis Grant Fellowship / Nell Mondy Fellowship / Eloise Gerry Fellowship


Jessica Haugen

PhD Student

Colorado State University


Jessica is a PhD student in the department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology at Colorado State University. Her work investigates how immune cell metabolism can be targeted as a host-directed therapy to enhance the immune response against Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infection. With the GWIS fellowship, Jessica will be evaluating whether the anti-diabetic drug metformin can be used to potentiate the efficacy of the current Mtb vaccine, Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG). With this work, Jessica hopes to not only determine whether metabolism can be targeted as a potential therapeutic against Mtb, but also gain insights into what constitutes immune protection against tuberculosis disease, a current barrier hindering the progress of vaccine development.



Nell Mondy Fellowship / Hartley Corporation Fellowship


Kailin Read

PhD Student

Ohio State University


Kaitlin is a Ph.D. student in the Ohio State University Microbial Infection and Immunity Department. Her work focuses on elucidating mechanisms underlying the formation and function of T helper cell populations, which are critical mediators of adaptive immunity. Specifically, Kaitlin’s project focuses on defining the role of a novel regulatory protein in the differentiation and function of T follicular helper (Tfh) cells, which interact with B cells to promote both natural and vaccine-induced antibody-mediated immune responses. Kaitlin will be using the GWIS fellowship to provide insight into the mechanics of Tfh cell differentiation, which may be leveraged to both improve vaccine efficacy and potentially inform novel therapies to treat human disease.



Nell Mondy Fellowship


Marianne Kramer

PhD Student

University of Pennsylvania


Marianne is a PhD student in the Cell and Molecular Biology graduate group at University of Pennsylvania. She is studying a relatively new class of molecules called long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) which are RNAs that are not translated to make a protein. In particular, she is studying one lncRNA in the plant species Arabidopsis that functions during plant development, as plants lacking this lncRNA are smaller and develop later than those expressing this lncRNA. She will be using the funds provided by the GWIS national fellowship to further explore the exact function of this lncRNA and how it contributes to plant development, ultimately providing a target for engineering larger crops leading to increased yields.



Nell Mondy Fellowship / Vessa Notchev Fellowship / Monique Braude Fellowship


 Marisa McDonald

PhD Student

University of Hawai'i, Mānoa


Marisa is a PhD candidate in the Marine Biology Graduate Program at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Her dissertation work focuses on the physiology and anatomy of larval mantis shrimp vision. Mantis shrimp have some of the most complex eyes in the animal kingdom, but larvae have completely different eyes, which are replaced upon metamorphosis and are still poorly understood. She will be using the GWIS fellowship to set up electrophysiology equipment at her home university in order to complete her dissertation research. The aims of this project are to determine the physiological capabilities of the visual system, with a focus on the potential for ultraviolet vision.


View past fellowships abstracts here.



Our fellowship winners are the soul of our organization and have impact across many different scientific fields. If you would like to apply for a fellowship yourself, find out more information here.


You can find interviews with each of our fellowship awardees by clicking on their names!


Adele Lewis Grant Fellowship / Nell Mondy Fellowship / Eloise Gerry Fellowship

Kathryn L. Ranhorn


Postdoctoral Fellow

Harvard University

Early Human Social Demography: The Late Stone Age at Kisese II Rockshelter, Tanzania


The Eastern African archaeological record plays a central role in studying the origins, diversification, and survival of modern humans. Our understanding of human behavior during this time period, however, is poorly developed due to a lack of sequences with reliable chronologies. Kisese II rockshelter in central Tanzania has a 6-m-thick deposit that spans the Late Stone Age, the time period when human technologies began to resemble that of modern foragers. Recent re-excavation of the site, led by the applicant, revealed over 5,000 artifacts spanning 45,000 to 4,000 years ago. Using this high-resolution dataset, the research proposed here will establish the timing and tempo of technological change at Kisese II, and test if these changes are linked to shifts in forager mobility. This research relies on 3D quantitative approaches to stone artifact study, measuring characters that the applicant verified through experimental study. By returning to her field site, studying the collections she has excavated, and obtaining new dates for the artifacts, this research will ensure the applicant’s success in establishing Kisese II as a benchmark sequence in human evolutionary studies. This work will have implications for our understanding of early human social demography prior to the dispersal of humans from Africa.


Nell Mondy Fellowship / Vessa Notchev Fellowship / Monique Braude Fellowship

Chequita N. Brooks

PhD Student
East Carolina University

The Application of Iron-Oxidizing Bacterial Mats for Benzene Contaminant Remediation:  An Environmental Study


The molecules benzene, toluene, ethyl-benzene, and xylene (BTEX) are introduced in groundwater by leaking underground storage tanks. This is an ongoing issue due to the toxicity of BTEX to humans and wildlife. Unfortunately, the BTEX molecules, especially benzene, are recalcitrant and highly mobile in waterways making removal difficult. The removal of benzene has primarily centered on developing methods for aerobic or anaerobic degradation in groundwater; above ground benzene contamination has largely been ignored. Contaminated creeks and streams are dynamic systems due to features such as the oxic-anoxic interface; groundwater benzene bioremediation techniques cannot be readily employed because of the unique oxic conditions. This study proposes to collect microbial community data, along with nutrient and benzene concentrations, from a naturally occurring iron-oxidizing bacterial mat in a benzene-impacted stream in Greenville, NC. Pairing microbial community data with nutrient and contaminant concentration will allow me to determine the in situ benzene remediation potential of iron mat communities at the oxic-anoxic interface. As BTEX is a ubiquitous contaminant, the use of iron mats for the removal of benzene could be implemented in similarly impacted locations, helping to address this national issue.


Nell Mondy Fellowship

Clarice Esch

PhD Student

Michigan State University

The ghost of trees past: how long do plant-soil feedbacks persist to influence current tree seedling dynamics?


Individual trees directly modify the soils they occupy, which in turn can affect survival and growth of tree seedlings–a process known as plant-soil feedbacks (PSFs). PSFs are critically important in understanding tree species composition and maintenance of species diversity in forests. Yet, the persistence of PSFs after a tree has died remains an underexplored, but likely phenomena. Persistence of PSFs could be influenced by the type of mycorrhizal fungi with which trees associate. Tree-mycorrhizae associations are dominated by two types, “ecto-” (EMF) or “arbuscular” mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) which differ in their biology and elicit different PSF responses. In a greenhouse study, I aim to understand the influence of mycorrhizal type (AMF vs EMF) on the direction (positive or negative) and the duration of PSF legacy effects on the seedlings of 6 temperate forest tree species. To span variation in time since tree death, I will collect soils near live trees and stumps of trees that have been harvested 1–10 years ago. Seedlings will be grown in these soils (of varying time since tree influence) and monitored for growth and survival. PSF legacies could be key to explaining current seedling dynamics as well as informing forest management and restoration.


Nell Mondy Fellowship / Jean Langenheim Fellowship / Hartley Corporation Fellowship

Meagan E. Wengrove

PhD Student

Oregon State University

Putting science behind resilience: Living shoreline alternatives that limit scour potential


Between 50% and 80% of our coastlines are eroding and climate projections show increased extreme storm event intensity and duration into the future. Historically, in response to extreme events, coastal engineering solutions have looked toward sea-walls, revetments, and breakwaters for protection. However, during extreme events, traditional hard seawall and revetment barriers can create more coastal damage and increased urban flood elevations when compared to nature-based shorelines. Flexible and living shorelines are a new resilient nature-based alternative for coastline safety buffers; however the dynamic response of these systems to storm events is not well characterized. This effort focuses upon addressing the physics behind various design choices used in living shoreline practice. Many living shoreline designs use a slope toe sill to stabilize the foot of a flexible vegetated structure, however, guidance and reasoning behind using different toe materials and shapes is not constrained both from an engineering standpoint and a habitat perspective. This effort will experimentally address this gap in knowledge by measuring the turbulence generation and scour potential of four sill materials (rock, timber, coconut coir logs, oyster bags) that have varying degrees of exposure to the flow field forcing, with full scale laboratory generated waves simulating extreme event intensity.


Nell Mondy Fellowship and Elizabeth Weisburger Fellowship

Lalanti Venkatasubramanian

PhD Student

Columbia University

Establishing a Mechanistic Relationship Between Neuronal Stem Cell Identity and Progeny Motor Neurons in Adult Drosophila Neuromusculature


Most neural circuits comprise of neurons that form distinct and highly stereotyped connections. However, the developmental logic of post-mitotic neurons is largely variable and dependent on the overall architecture and function of the neural circuit they belong to. Motor neurons (MNs), one of the most morphologically stereotyped neurons, execute coordinated movements by forming distinct connections between the central nervous system and muscles in the periphery. In adult Drosophila melanogaster individual leg MNs project their axons to a specific muscle in a highly stereotyped manner. We have demonstrated that post-mitotic leg MNs express combinatorial codes of morphological transcription factors (mTFs) that ultimately direct their axon projections to specific muscle targets. However, the mechanisms that establish such TF codes in post-mitotic neurons are unknown across model organisms. By studying a single stem cell that gives rise to the majority of leg MNs we propose to identify the developmental mechanism responsible for a morphological switch in post-mitotic identities of the progeny leg MNs. A mechanistic correlation between neural stem-cell identity and the unique morphologies of their progeny neurons will be a significant step forward in understanding the development and arrangement of neural circuits.


View past fellowships abstracts here.




AC = In memory of K VW Palmer, A Romanoff & E Z Bailey, by Alpha Chapter ($750)

AHA = Anna Hoffman Award  ($750)

ALGA = Adele Lewis Grant Award  ($750)

ALGF = Adele Lewis Grant Fellowship

CSF =  Margery Carlson & Kate Staley Memorial Fellowship

EG = Eloise Gerry Fellowship ($1500–)

EKAF = Ethel K. Allen Fellowship

EMG = In memory of Esther M. Greisheimer, by Rho Chapter ($750)


EW = Elizabeth Weisburger


GAA = Golden Anniversary Award ($2000)

GIA = Grant-in-Aid ($500 until 1970, $750 1971–)

HCF = Hartley Corporation Fellowship ($2500–$3500)

JLF = Jean Langenheim Fellowship 

LTA = Eli Lilly Travel Award ($200–$800)

MBF = Monique Braude Fellowship

MHF = Margaret Hays Memorial Fellowship

NIMF = Nell I. Mondy Fellowship

R = Research Fellowship ($1000–$1600)

SDEA = Sigma Delta Epsilon Award ($750)

SDEF = Sigma Delta Epsilon Fellowship

SS = Dr. Sarah E. Stewart Memorial Fellowship ($750)

SSA = Sarah Stewart Award  ($750)

SSF = Sarah Stewart Fellowship

VNF = Vessa Notchev Fellowship


Code Recipient Field Affiliation
1941-42 R Frances Dorris-Humm, PhD Zoology Yale Univ., New Haven, CT
1943-44 R Dorothy Marie Ziegler, MA Zoology Wash. Univ. St. Louis, MO
1947-48 R Mary Patricia Dolciani, PhD Mathematics Inst. for Adv. Study, Princeton
1949-50 R Irene T. Kone, MA Biochemistry Western Reserve Univ.
1951-52 R Christine Williams Ayoub, PhD Mathematics Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA
1954-55 R Valerie Marie Hurst, MA Bacteriology Wright-Fleming Inst. Microbiol., London, UK
1957-58 R Julia Haber, PhD Botany Penn State Univ.
1961 GIA Joy Burcham Phillips, PhD Physiol/Endocrinol Drew Univ, Madison, NJ.
1962 GIA Susann F. Biddulph, PhD Plant Physiol Wash. State Univ., Pullman
1962 GIA Vera R. Usdin, PhD Biochemistry New Mexico Highlands Univ., Las Vegas
1963 GIA Amegda Jack Overman, MS Soil Microbiol Gulf Coast Exper. Sta., Bradenton, FL
1963 GIA Sr. M. Angelice Seibert, PhD Biochemistry Ursuline Coll., Louisville, KY
1963 GIA Ruth Angeline Walker, PhD Organic Chem Hunter College, NY, NY
1964 GIA Mercedes Delfinado, MS Entomology Univ. of Hawaii, Honolulu
1964 GIA JoAnne Mueller, MA Protozoology Evansville, IN
1964 GIA Judith Williams, BS Microbiology Texas Chr. U, Forth Worth
1965 GIA Eleanor Alexander-Jackson, PhD Bacteriology Columbia Univ., NY, NY
1965 GIA Clara Louise Dixon, MS Ornithology Albion Coll., Albion, MI
1965 GIA Elizabeth Thomas Lichtwardt, MS Zoology Lawrence, KS
1966 GIA Penelope W. Coats, MMA Biology Dallas, TX
1966 GIA Claire Irene B. MacInnes, BA Plant Physiol Narragansett, RI
1966 GIA Dolores J. McWinnie, PhD Zoology DePaul Univ., Chicago, IL
1967 GIA Mary Davis Ries, MS Entomology Normal, IL
1967 GIA Mary A. Shimabukuro Biology Moorhead State Coll., Moorhead, MN
1967 GIA Elizabeth D. Swiger, PhD Chemistry Fairmont State Coll., Fairmont, WV
1968 GIA Buena S. Ballard, PhD Zoology Southwestern State Coll., Weatherford, OK
1968 GIA Mary Powderly, MS Mathematics Fairfield Univ., Fairfield, CT
1968 GIA Barbara H. Turner, MS Botany George Peabody Coll., Nashville, TN
1969 GIA Grace L. Baker, MS Parasitology Univ. of Missouri, Columbia
1969 GIA Elizabeth Cheever, MS Biology Scripps Clinic & Res. Found’n, La Jolla, CA
1969 GIA Elfriede M. Linsmaier-Bednar, PhD Biology Marquette Univ., Milwaukee
1970 GIA Betty Friedman Klapper, MS Botany Ohio State Univ., Columbus
1970 GIA Albertine Krohn, PhD Physical Chem Univ. of Toledo, Toledo, OH
1970 GIA Ruth Lindsey, PhD Phys Educ’n Oklahoma St. Univ., Stillwater
1971 GIA Harriet McCurdy Blanchard, PhD Cell Biology Univ. of Victoria, Victoria, BC
1971 GIA Gloria Marie Law, MS Zoology Univ. of California, Berkeley
1971 GIA Beatrice Tinsley, PhD Astrophysics Univ. of Texas, Dallas
1971 GAA Chien-Shiung Wu Physics Columbia Univ., NY, NY
1972 GIA Margaret A. Acara, PhD Pharmacology SUNY Buffalo, NY
1972 GIA Helen B. Jordan, PhD Protozoology Georgia State Univ.
1972 GIA Rita Matthews, PhD candidate Biology Hunter College, SUNY, NY
1973 GIA Lois H. Lindberg, PhD Immunology Calif. State Univ., San Jose
1973 GIA Sr. Katherine Seibert, PhD Oncology Univ. of Notre Dame
1973 GIA Ruthann P. Sturtevant, PhD Microbiology Indiana State Univ.
1974 GIA Phyllis R. Brown, PhD Chemistry Univ. of Rhode Island
1974 GIA Hallie F. Bundy, PhD Biochemistry Mount St. Mary’s Coll., Los Angeles, CA
1974 GIA Carol M. Knighten, PhD Mathematics Univ. of Puerto Rico
1975 EG Janet Spencer Anderson, PhD cand. Physical Chem Univ. of Wisconsin
1975 EG Rhoda E. Craig, PhD Chemistry Montana State Univ.
1975 EG Marjorie P. Kraus, PhD Molec Genetics Univ. of Delaware
1975 GIA Venita F. Allison, PhD candidate Biology Texas Women’s Univ.
1975 GIA Mimi Koehl Glasser, PhD candidate Zoology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
1975 GIA Dana J. Isherwood, PhD candidate Geology Univ. of Colorado
1975 GIA Judith A. Walmsley, PhD Chemistry Univ. of Toledo, Toledo, OH
1976 EG Mimi Koehl Glasser, PhD Zoology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
1976 EG Deborah Drew Kaska, PhD Biology Univ. California, San Diego
1976 EG Elsa Janle Swain, PhD candidate Vet Physiology Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette, IN
1976 GIA Liselotte B. Hof, PhD Biochemistry Albany Med. College, NY
1976 GIA Harriet H. Kagiwada, PhD Mech Engrg Rand Corp. & Univ. So. Calif.
1976 GIA Aelita J. Pinter, PhD Biology Univ. of New Orleans
1976 GIA Carolyn A. Ward, BS Physics Univ. of Missouri, Rolla
1977 EG Carol M. Brownscheidle, PhD Histochemistry Univ. of Cincinnati
1977 EG Yukiko Ebisuzaki, PhD Chemistry North Carolina State Univ.
1977 EG Karen Williams Morse, PhD Chemistry Utah State Univ.
1977 GIA Carol M. Christensen, PhD Physiol Psychol Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia
1977 GIA Deborah Estes Goldberg, PhD cand. Botany Univ. of Arizona
1977 GIA Virginia H. Read, PhD Biochemistry Univ. of Miss. Med. Center
1977 GIA Nancy Stacy Shepherd, PhD cand. Molecular Biol Univ. of Texas, Dallas
1978 EG Mary Ann Alberg, PhD Physics Univ. of Washington, Seattle
1978 EG Florence Vacarello Dunkel, PhD Entomology Univ. of Minnesota
1978 GIA Beth-Jayne Ellis, PhD Biology Georgia Southern College
1978 GIA S Lesley Marie Hallick, PhD Virology Univ. Oregon Health Sci. Cen.
1978 GIA Karen L. Huleback Compar Behav Johns Hopkins Univ.
1978 GIA Sharon Lee Ohlhorst Biology Yale Univ., New Haven, CT
1978 GIA Carol Lovatt Repasz Biochemistry Univ. of Rhode Island
1978 GIA A. Ruth Steward Toxicology Univ. of California, Davis
1978 GIA Lucinda Thomson Botany Univ. of Michigan
1979 EG Mary Bell Clark Endocrinology Mass General Hosp., Boston
1979 EG Nancy Czekala Gruber Endocrinology Res. Dept., San Diego Zoo
1979 EG Susan J. Sara Neurology NYU Med School, NY, NY
1979 SDEA Ann Budd Foster Geology Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City
1979 SDEA Sandra Bruce Yorka Astronomy Ohio State Univ., Columbus
1980 EG Margaret M. deMaine Chemistry Penn State Univ.
1980 EG Sara M. McCowen Biology Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
1980 EG Lee-Jun C. Wong Chemistry Univ. of Lowell, Lowell, MA
1980 SDEA Anamaria Escofet Marine Ecol Univ. of Wash., Seattle
1980 SDEA Sally Ann Holick Nutrition Mass General Hosp, Boston
1980 SDEA Alcinda Cundiff Lewis Zoology Univ. of Texas, Austin
1980 SDEA Patricia M. Shaffer Physical Sci Univ. Calif., San Diego
1981 EG Carolyn S. Brown Biochemistry Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC
1981 EG Madeleine W. Cunningham Health Sci Univ. Okla. Health Sci. Cen.
1981 EG Elizabeth M. Holt Chemistry Oklahoma St. Univ., Stillwater
1981 SDEA Pamela K. Anderson Entomology Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL
1981 SDEA E. Anne M. Duthie Biology Kircaldy, Fife, UK
1982 EG Beth Genya Cohen Biochemistry Chandler Med Cen, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
1982 EG Halina Den Neurology Coll. P&S, Columbia Univ.
1982 EG Elaine K. Orenberg Dermatology Int’l Psoriasis Res. Found, Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA
1982 EG Ingeborg Schuster Chemistry Penn State Univ, Abington, PA
1982 ALGA Kim E. Kendall Psychology Univ. of Mass., Amherst, MA
1982 SSA Anne F. Skinner Chemistry Williams Coll., Williamstown
1982 SDEA Trudy Matheny Primatology Beaufort, SC
1982 SDEA Ann E. DeBevoise Biology Univ. Calif., Santa Barbara
1983 EG Mary Lou Caspers Chemistry Univ. of Detroit, Detroit, MI
1983 EG Helen J. Cooke Physiology Univ. of Nevada, Reno, NV
1983 EG Roslyn Rivkah Isseroff Dermatology Sch. Med., Univ. Calif., Davis
1983 EG Grace Thorne Medicine Tufts NE Med Cen, Boston
1983 ALGA Terry Jean Crawford Botany Univ. of BC, Vancouver, BC
1983 SSA Elizabeth Gerity Biol Sciences Northern Ill. Univ., DeKalb, IL
1983 SDEA Mary-Beth Krogh-Jesperson Chemistry Pace Univ., New York, NY
1983 AHA Karen Lynn Swisshelm Pathology Univ. of Wash., Seattle, WA
1984 EG Ann LeFurgey Physiology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
1984 EG Phyllis M. Lugger Physics/AstronU niv. Missouri, Columbia
1984 EG Carla Montgomery Geology Northern Ill. Univ., DeKalb, IL
1984 EG Sheri Skinner Cell Biology Baylor Coll. Med, Houston, TX
1984 ALGA Gail E. Foreman Zoology Ohio State Univ., Columbus
1984 EMG Eleri Ann Frazier Biology Reed Coll., Portland, OR
1984 AC Susan Wood Jerger Communicative Bay lor Coll. of Med.Disorders, Houston, TX
1984 SDEA Susan R. McKay Physics MIT, Cambridge, MA
1984 SDEA Elisabetta Ullu Molec Biophys Yale Univ., New Haven, CT
1985 EG Gayle I. Hansen Algology Friday Harbor, Univ. of Wash.
1985 EG Susan Jackels Chemistry Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC
1985 EG Kathie Newman Physics Univ. Notre Dame
1985 EG Pamela J. Stewart Pharmacology Northwestern U Med School, Chicago, IL
1985 SDEA Linda D. Caren Biology Univ. of Santa Clara,

Santa Clara, CA

1985 SDEA Krishna Chakrabarty Biochemistry Coll. Med., Univ. Ill, Chicago
1985 SDEA Patricia Power Krupp Anat/Neurobiol Univ. Vermont, Burlington
1985 SDEA Marilyn A. Lloyd Genetics Wash. State Univ., Pullman
1985 SDEA Sally V. Rudmann Med Technol Sch Allied Health Prof, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH
1985 SDEA Marika von Sydow Speech Univ of So. Calif, Glendale, CA
1986 EG Barbara A. Best Zoology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
1986 EG Alison J. Longley Neurology Friday Harbor, Univ. of Wash.
1986 EG Myra Shulman Biology Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles
1986 SDEA Margaret A. Hodge Biol Sci Univ. of Cincinnati
1986 SDEA Gail Anne McCarthy Rheumatology Georgetown Hosp., Wash., DC
1986 SDEA Pierette M. Shipman Anatomy T. Jefferson Med. Coll, Phila.
1986 AHA Pamela Soltis Botany Wash. State Univ., Pullman
1986 SDEA Georgiana L. Strickland Geology Geo. Wash., Univ., Wash., DC
1987 EG Maureen R. Diggins Endocrinology Augustana Coll., Sioux Falls
1987 ALGA Monica J. McCann Physiology Ohio State Univ., Columbus
1987 SDEA Ashleigh Head Biology Univ. Wash., Seattle
1988 MHF Kristin H. Lopez Biology Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
1988 ALGF Diane F. Cowan Marine Biol Ohio State Univ., Columbus
1988 HCF Maria Renata Finckh Botany Oregon State Univ., Corvallis
1988 EG Joyce E. Longcore Botany Univ. of Maine
1988 EG Dawn Wilson Biology Univ. of South Florida
1989 ALGF Magdalena Gilmore Physiology Brown Univ., Providence, RI
1989 HCF Margaret E. Black Microbiology Oregon State Univ., Corvallis
1989 EG Melissa Trammel Fisheries Colorado State U., Fort Collins
1989 SSF Lynn L. Stoll Cell Biology Coll. of Med., Univ. of Iowa
1989 CSF Sylvia Hixon Anthropology Univ. of Calif., Berkeley
1989 EG Mary Lou Caspers Chemistry Univ. of Detroit, Detroit, MI
1989 EG Laura A. Pressley Chemistry Univ. of Texas, Austin
1989 EG Linda A. Raubeson Biology Yale Univ., New Haven, CT
1990 EG Ann E. Shinnar Biochemistry Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia
1990 EG Catherine Loudon Biology Univ. of California, Berkeley
1990 EG Helen McNeil Biology Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA
1990 EG Kathleen Whitlock Zoology Univ. of Wash., Seattle
1990 SDEF Leisa K. Townsley Astronomy Univ. of Wyoming
1990 SDEF Patricia A. Holroyd Anthropology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
1990 SDEF Rose Marie Belforti Zoology Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY
1991 EG Emily Carrington Bell Marine Biol Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA
1991 EG Karen J. Garner Zoology Zool. Soc. of San Diego
1991 EG E. Dale Kennedy Biology Kansas State Univ.
1991 EG Kathryn Stoner Zoology Zool. Soc. of San Diego
1991 EG Wendy Carroll H. Green Biology Univ. of Nevada
1991 LTA Harpreet Sanhu Pharmacy Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs
1991 LTA Adele Mountz Biochemistry Coll. Agr. & Life Sci., Blacksburg, VA
1991 ALGF Malonne I. Davies Chemistry Univ. of Kansas
1991 SSF Dorothy E. Freidel Geology Univ. of Kansas
1991 SDEF Tanya Shipkowitz Physiology Univ. of Iowa
1991 SDEF Yumei Eureka Wang Biology Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette, IN
1992 LTA Joy L. Frestedt Cell Biology Children’s Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN
1992 LTA Janet R. Serie Biology Macalester Coll., St. Paul, MN
1992 EG Karen H. Clary Botany Univ. of Texas, Austin
1992 EG Deborah Swartz Genetics Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL
1992 SDEF Barbara Berquam Geology Iowa State Univ., Ames
1992 SDEF Jean Stojak Chem Engrg Univ. of California, San Diego
1993 SDEF Shelley Adamo Neurobiology Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY
1993 SDEF M. Angela McGehee Marine Sci Univ. of Puerto Rico, Lajas, PR
1993 SDEF Maria Patterson McGuire Marine Biol Univ. of Miami, Miami, FL
1993 EG Sherri M. Jones Otolaryngology Univ. of Missouri, Columbia
1994 SDEF Jennifer Shackelford Zoology Univ. of Central Oklahoma
1994 SDEF Nina Andres Zoology WRRC, USDA-ARES, Albany, CA
1994 SDEF J. N. Roelophen Astronomy McGill Univ., Montreal, QC
1994 EG Lisa Brauer Pharmacology Univ. ofChicago, Chicago, IL
1995 EG Lena S. Nicolai Mycology Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1995 EG Olga Potopova Genetics San Diego Regional Cancer Ctr
1995 EG Dawn Dittman Biology Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
1995 SDEF Keddy Yemane Geology Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia
1996 EG Holly Falk-Krzesinski Physiology Med. Cen., Loyola Univ. of Chicago
1996 EG Catherine A. C. Mossman Pop’n Genetics
Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette, IN
1996 EG Maria Carolina Yaber Ecology Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette, IN
1996 SDEF V. Shawn Barwick Pharmacology Medical School, E. Carolina Univ., Greenville
1996 VNF Elizabeth E. LeClair, PhD Fish Embryol Univ. of Chicago
1996 VNF Katherine C. Kelley, PhD cand Evol Biology Univ. of Chicago
1996 VNF Betty Guo Molec Biol Texas A & M Univ., Houston
1997 EG Maria Gabriela Mangano Paleontology Univ. Buenos Aires, Argentina
1997 EG Maria M. Castillo Ecology Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor
1997 EG Adrienne Blair Evol Biology Univ. Calif., Los Angeles
1997 VNF Anne H.Walton Biogeography Texas A & M Univ., Houston
1997 VNF Kathryn J. Egbert Botan Physiol Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
1997 VNF Bonnie Pitblado Paleontology Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
1997 SDEF Kimberly G. V. Davidson, PhD cand Plant Physiol Colorado State Univ.
1998 EG Lisa Angeloni Marine Biol Univ. Calif. S. Diego, La Jolla
1998 EG Shelly L. Ball Pop’n Ecology Univ. of Missouri, Columbia
1998 EG Cara Shillington Physiology Oklahoma St. Univ., Stillwater
1998 ALGF Laura Milliken Exer Physiol Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
1998 HCF Sally Casey Anthropology New York Univ., NY, NY
1998 SDEF Jana Davis Marine Biol Scripps Inst., UCSD, La Jolla
1998 SDEF AmandaD. Rodewald Ecology Penn State Univ.
1998 VNF Shannon Livingston Biology Boise State Univ., Boise, ID
1998 VNF Harriet Tenenbaum Psychology Univ. of Calif., Santa Cruz
1998 VNF Rae Winfree Ecology Princeton Univ., Princeton, NJ
1998 VNF Julie Beckstead Plant Ecology Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
1999 EG Sarah Bergemann Plant Biology Univ. of Wyoming, Laramie
1999 EG Angela Nunley Physiology Howard U., Washington, DC
1999 EG Julie Smith Biology New Mexico St. U, Las Cruces
1999 SDEF Rebecca Fuller Biology Florida St. Univ., Tallahassee
1999 SDEF Samantha Gadd Pharmacology W. Virginia U., Morgantown
1999 SDEF Holly Nash Physiology Uniformed Services U. of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
1999 VNF Jennifer Beer Psychology Univ. of California, Berkeley
1999 VNF Yvonne Coursey Biology Univ. of South Florida, Tampa
1999 VNF Nuzha Tahoe Biochemistry Univ. of Minnesota, St. Paul
1999 LTA Melita Nasca
Texas Woman’s Univ.
1999 LTA Yuliya Dobrydneva
E. Virginia Med. School
1999 LTA Deborah Marie Kurrasch-Orbaugh
Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette, IN
2000 EG Jennifer Brown Marine Ecol Univ. of California, Santa Cruz
2000 EG Emily DuVal Biology Univ. of California, Berkeley
2000 EG Tatiana Kiselyova Entomology Univ. of Georgia, Athens
2000 EG Elizabeth Richards Entomology Texas Tech. Univ., Lubbock
2000 SDEF Sally A. Kim Neurobiology Univ. Texas-Houston Health Science Center, Houston
2000 SDEF Amy C. Shurtleff Pathology Univ. Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
2000 VNF Sandra D’Alessandro Biology George Mason U., Fairfax, VA
2000 VNF Kirsten Edey Anthropology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2000 VNF Cynthia J. Wilson Civil Eng Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
2001 EG Alison C. McCombe Biology Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
2001 EG Tonia Schwartz Pop’n Genetics
Univ. of So. Florida, Tampa
2001 EG Jennifer Reithel Ecology Univ. of California, Irvine
2001 EG Sharon Downes Ecology Australian Nat’l U., Canberra
2001 EG Lisa DiGirolamo Ecology Univ. of California, Santa Cruz
2001 EG Katherine Thibault Zoology U. New Mexico, Albuquerque
2001 SDEF Roxana Ursea Physiology NY Presbyterian Hosp., NY
2001 SDEF Jennifer Cole Paleontology SUNY Stony Brook, NY
2001 SDEF Yuko Hanakawa Psychology Adelphi U., Garden City, NY
2001 SDEF Jennifer Powers Soil Science Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2001 VNF Jin Kim Montclare Molec Biol Yale Univ., New Haven, CT
2001 VNF Julie Gros-Louis Zoology Univ. of Penna., Philadelphia
2001 VNF Susan McDowell Plant Physiol Oregon State Univ.
2001 VNF Naomi Gribneau Physiology Univ. of California
2002 EG Lynn Siefferman Ornithology Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL
2002 EG Stacy James Ecology Univ. Missouri, Columbia, MO
2002 EG Jennifer Sorensen Physiology Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City
2002 EG Vy A. Phan Physiology Mayo Gr. Sch, Rochester, MN
2002 EG Oluwakemi Obajimi Physiology Dunstaffnage Marine Lab., Oban, Scotland, UK
2002 ALGF Britta Hardesty Plant Biology Univ. of Georgia, Atlanta
2002 HCF Alison Hamilton Ecology U. No. Dakota, Grand Forks
2002 SDEF Jacqualine Grant Physiology Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY
2002 SDEF Laura Adams Physics Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis
2002 NIMF Patricia Ladipo Food ScienceI thaca, NY
2002 VNF Meghan Mahoney Zoology Michigan St. U., East Lansing
2002 VNF Linda Fuselier Plant Science Univ. of Kentucky, Lexington
2002 VNF Katherine McFadden Conservation Columbia Univ., New York, NY
2002 LTA Sharmilee Sawant Toxicology Univ. Louisiana, Monroe, LA
2003 EG Sara Jane Oppenheim, PhD cand. Genetics/Ecol No. Carolina State U., Raleigh
2003 EG Carrie Wu Ecology Univ. of California, Irvine
2003 EG Dawn Ford, PhD candidate Physiology Ohio Univ., Athens, OH
2003 NIMF Claudia Romero Ecophysiology Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
2003 ALGF Ann Cleveland, PhD Marine Biology
Maine Maritime Acad., Castine
2003 HCF Michelle Powell, MS candidate Neurology Michigan St. Univ., E. Lansing
2003 SDEF Laurie J. Dizney, PhD candidate Ecology Portland State U., Portland, OR
2003 VNF Paola Carrizo, PhD candidate Agric/Zool Buenos Aires Univ., Argentina
2003 VNF Tiffany Elyce Crane Plant Sci Univ. of New Orleans
2003 VNF Virginia R. Shervette Fisheries Texas A & M U., College Sta.
2003 VNF Laura Monti Ecol/Genetics Arlingon, VA
2003 LTA Rachel Squires Bulinski Physiology Univ. of Minnesota, Duluth
2003 LTA Xiao-Fei Zhou Pharmacy SUNY Buffalo, NY
2003 LTA Sara K. Quinney, PharmD Pharmacy Purdue Univ. Sch. Pharmacy, Indianapolis, IN
2003 LTA Lucy Perrone Virology Univ. of Texas, Galveston
2004 EG Paola Pedraza Plant Science CUNY, NY Botanical Garden, New York, NY
2004 EG Rosa Scherson Plant Ecol Univ. California, Davis
2004 EG Nancy Beecher Zool/Ecology Indiana Univ.
2004 ALGF Claire St. Peter Psychology Univ. of Florida
2004 HCF Mary Emily Garcia Plant Physiol Univ. California, Santa Barbara
2004 SDEF Larissa R. Brunner Physiology Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
2004 NIMF Aimee Christy Marine Biochem
Evergreen State College Olympia, WA
2004 VNF Anne Carlson Physiology Univ. Washington, Seattle
2004 VNF Tammy Moscrip Psychology Columbia Univ., New York, NY
2004 VNF Chris Hice Zoology Texas Tech. Univ.
2004 VNF Carla Rockwell Forest Ecol Univ. of Florida, Micanopy, FL
2004 LTA Charli Long Chemistry Univ. Penna., Philadelphia
2004 LTA Joyce Riehl Biophysics Univ. California, Davis
2004 LTA Bengu Sezen Chemistry Columbia Univ. New York, NY
2004 LTA Ida Melinda Stone Physiology Montana Neuroscience Inst., Missoula, MT
2004 LTA Hania Wehbe Chemistry Baylor Univ., Waco, TX
2005 EG Nancy L. Barrickman Zoology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2005 EG Mollie F. Cashner Ecology Tulane Univ., New Orleans, LA
2005 EG Alex Caroline Gilman Plant Ecology Univ. California, Los Angeles
2005 EG Carrie Elizabeth Hult Scheele Aquatic Biology
Michigan St. U., East Lansing
2005 EG Silvana Marten-Rodriguez Plant Ecology Univ. Maryland, College Park
2005 EG Line M. Trouilloud Zool Behavior Michigan St. U., East Lansing
2005 ALGF Carolyn Mary Kurle Marine Ecol Santa Cruz, CA
2005 HCF Mariana Carriquiry Physiology Falcon Heights, MN
2005 NIMF Kimberly Epps Ecology Univ. Florida, Gainesville
2005 NIMF Niyati Mehta
Madison, WI
2005 SDEF Tracy Baynard Physiology Syracuse, NY
2005 SDEF Kerry Fanson Physiology W. Lafayette, IN
2005 SDEF Angela Lukowski

2005 SDEF Melanie Murphy
Moscow, ID
2005 SDEF Jean Sumner Physiology Washington St. U., Pullman
2005 VNF Laurie J. Dizney Zoology Portland State U., Portland, OR
2006 EG Yi-Hsin Erica Tsai Biology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2006 EG Kimberly A. Rosvall Biology Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2006 EG Kelly Anne Mercier Chemistry University of Nebraska Lincoln
2006 EG Cassie Majetic Biology University of Pittsburgh
2006 ALGF Kimberly Anderson Psychology Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
2006 SDEF Maria Gabriela Palacios Biology Iowa State University, Ames
2006 SDEF Jocelyn Muller Conservation Tufts University
2006 SDEF Alexandra Goodell Biol Sci Humboldt St. U., Arcata, CA
2006 VNF Karen Koy Paleontology Univ. Illinois, Chicago
2006 VNF Amanda Malueg Biological Sci Virginia Tech,Blacksburg
2006 NIMF Georgiana G. Gould Pharmacology
Univ. of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
2006 HCF Mari Kimura Ornithology Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY
2007 ALGF Margaret Holland Conservation Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2007 HCF Shannon Pelini Ecology Univ. Notre Dame
2007 SDEF Katherine Traynor Chemistry Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2007 EG Andrea Townsend Evol Biology Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY
2007 EG Erin Kelleher Physiology Univ. of Arizona, Tucson
2007 EG Katherine Hull Chemistry Univ. Notre Dame
2007 EG Julie Collens Plant Physiol Univ. of Chicago
2007 VNF Tami Ransom Ecology Univ. Virginia, Charlottesville
2007 VNF Anya Illes Ornithology Univ. Washington, Seattle
2007 NIMF Janet Nye Marine Ecol Univ. Maryland, Chesapeake Biol. Lab, Solomons, MD
2008 ALGF Alyssa S. Hakes Ecology Louisiana St. Univ., Baton Rouge
2008 HCF Davorka Gulisija Evol Zool Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2008 SDEF Sheena Chaston Bacteriol/Ecol Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2008 SDEF Catherine L.Searle Ecology Oregon State Univ., Corvallis
2008 SDEF Styliani Goulopoulou Exercise Sci Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, NY
2008 SDEF K. Fay Gorman Biology Simon Fraser U., Burnaby, BC
2008 EG Jennifer K. O’Leary Biology Univ. Calif., Santa Cruz
2008 EG Jennifer Doherty Fungal Ecol Univ. Penna., Philadelphia
2008 VNF Caroline Ring Physiol Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2008 NIMF Londa Vanderwal Agr/Sociol Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City
2008 NIMF Wenjun Zhang Biochemistry Univ. Calif., Los Angeles
2008 NIMF Katarina Mikac Agr/Ecol Univ. Canberra, Bruce, ACT,
2008 NIMF Dena Vallano Ecology Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY
2008 NIMF Ruth Franklin Exercise Sci Syracuse U., Syracuse, NY
2009 ALGF Jane Turner Arctic & Alpine Res Univ. Colo., Boulder, CO
2009 HCF Kristen Alexander Physics Univ. No. Carolina, Chapel Hill
2009 SDEF Julie Rushmore Ecology Univ. of Georgia, Athens
2009 EG Carolyn Freiwald Anthropology Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2009 EG Ye Kang Ko Urban Studies Univ. Calif.—Berkeley
2009 EKAF Veronica Brown Ecol/Evol Biol Univ. Tennessee, Knoxville
2009 VNF Sara Ruane Biology CUNY Grad Cen, Staten Is, NY
2009 NIMF Stephanie Miller Zoology Michigan State U., E Lansing
2009 NIMF Shirin Hooshmand Nutr/Food/Exercise Science Florida State U, Tallahassee
2009 NIMF Mandeep K. Virk Pathology Univ. of Alabama, Birmingham
2010 ALGF Cyd Hamilton Horticulture Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY
2010 HCF Colleen Gault Primatology Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutiona
2010 SDEF Courtney Coon Integrative Biology Univ. So. Florida, Tampa
2010 EGF Satsuki Takahashi Electr. Engrg U. So. Calif., Los Angeles
2010 EGF Nathalie Lefebvre Geology Univ. of Otago, Dunedin, NZ
2010 EKAF Breda Zimkus Comparative Zoology Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA
2010 VNF Tanya Cheeke Soil Microbiology Portland State U., Portland, OR
2010 NIMF Ashley (Linton) McGrew Nutrition/Parasitology Colorado St. U., Ft. Collins
2010 NIMF Rachael Bryan Nutrition/Biochemistry Univ. No. Carolina, Chapel Hill
2010 NIMF Xinyin Jiang Nutritional Sci. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY
2011 ALGF Elizabeth Bradbury Botany Univ. Wisc., Madison
2011 HCF Jennifer Shields Envir. Sci. Engrg. Univ. No. Carolina, Chapel Hill
2011 SDEF Alycia Lackey Evol. Biol. Mich. State Univ., E. Lansing, MI
2011 SDEF Irene Liu Biol. Duke Univ., Durham, NC
2011 EGF Christina Gottfried Sie Molec. Biol. Lehigh Univ., Bethlehem, PA
2011 EGF Kate Laskowski Animal Biol. Univ. Illinois, Urbana, IL
2011 EKAF Susan Bobb Psychol. Georg-August Univ. Göttingen, Ger.
2011 VNF Nina Goodey Biochem. Montclair State Univ., Montclair, NJ
2011 NIMF Anne Marie Chomat Parasitol. & Envir. Sci. Macdonald Campus, McGill Univ., QC, Canada
2011 NIMF Kanika Bhargava Nutr. & Food Sci. Wayne State Univ., Detroit, MI
2012 ALGF Patricia Silveyra Molec. Biol. Penn State Coll. Med., Hershey, PA
2012 HCF Stephanie S. Gervasi Ecol., Biol., Microbiol., Immunol. Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, OR
2012 SDEF Caroline C. Duwaerts Pathobiology Brown Univ., Providence, RI
2012 SDEF Eva Kristin Fischer Evol. Biol. Colorado State Univ., Ft. Collins, CO
2012 EGF Tara Joy Massad Forest Ecol. Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, IL
2012 EGF Madeline Brown Girard ArachnidologyUn iv. of California, Berkeley, CA
2012 EKAF Cheryl Bowker Agric. Ecol., Pest Mgmnt. Colorado State Univ., Ft. Collins, CO
2012 VNF Elizabeth Droge-Young Evol. Biol. Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, NY
2012 NIMF Laurel Redding Internat’l. Animal Agric. Univ. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
2012 NIMF Jokastah Wanzuu Kalungu Internat’l. Nutr. & Agric., Hamburg Univ. Applied Sciences, Hamburg, Germany
2013 ALG FHeidi Connahs Genetics, Entomol .Univ. No. Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
2013 HCF Karine Schaal Exercise Physiol. ,Univ. of California, Davis, CA
2013 MBF Mary Grace Galinato Biol. Chemistry
Penn State Univ., Erie, PA
2013 EGF Preetha Anand Devel. & Cell Bio l.,Univ. of California, Irvine, CA
2013 EGF Anastasia Woodward Biol. Sci. Arkansas State Univ., State Univ., AR
2013 EGF Seana Walsh Biol. Sci. Univ. of Hawai’i at Manoa,Honolulu, HI
2013 VNF Iuliana Veronica Ene Genetics, Mycol., Brown Univ., Providence, RI
2013 EKA FLindsay Hussey Materials Sci. North Carolina State Univ.,Raleigh, NC
2013 JLF Rebecca Renee Hernandez Ecol., Mycol. Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA
2013 NIMF Lauren Moscoe Ethnobotany Univ. of Wisconsin — Madison, Madison, WI
2013 NIMF Laura Craig Hydrologic Sci., Univ. of Nevada — Reno & Desert Research Inst., Reno, NV
2013 NIMF Katherine Ennis Ecol. Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, CA
2013 NIMF Maria Hindt Biol. Sci. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
2013 NIMF Amanda Socha Biol. Sci.

Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH


JLF Kristine Moody
Biol. Sci.
Clemson Univ.


Lauren O’Connell, PhD Biology
Harvard University


NIMF Emelda Ebere Chukwu
Med. Microbiol. Univ. at Lagos, Nigeria


Veronica Morales, PhD
Soil Science
Univ. of Abertay, Dundee, U.K.


HCF Pamela Grothe, MS
Paleoclimatol. Georgia Inst. Technol.


Carol Anderson, PhD
Cell Biology Univ. Calif. San Francisco


Emily Kearney
Crop Science
Univ. Calif. Berkeley


Marissa McMahan
Marine Ecol.
Northeastern Univ.


Carolyn Freiwald, PhD
Sociol Anthropol.
Univ. Miss.


Elizabeth Sefton
Evol. Biology
Harvard Univ.
Annick Cros
Marine Biol., Popul’n. Genetics University of Hawaii Manoa
Rebecca Achey
Cleveland Clinic
Kristina Smiley
Avian Biol. & Physiol.
Cornell Univ.
Coral Wheeler Ecology
University of California Irvine
Erin Brandt
University of California Berkeley
NIMF Allison Shultz
Avian Biol. & Physiol.
Harvard Univ
Julie Aleman
Yale University
Julie Fleischman
Cultural Anthropology
Michigan State University
Sze Ting (Cecilia) Kwan
Embryology, Genetics
Cornell University
NIMF Marie Yeung
Microbial Physiology
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
ALGF Cassandra Beth Scaffidi Koontz
Vanderbilt University
2016 NIMF, HCF
Christine Lattin
Avian Biol. & Physiol.
Yale Univ.
2016 NIMF, MBF
Jennifer Knickelbine
Neurobiology Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2016 NIMF, EGF
Soo Hyun Kim
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
2016 NIMF Molly Albecker
Amphibian Biol. & Phisol.
East Carolina Univ.
2016 NIMF Marie Hennebelle
Neuro Physiology
Univ. of California, Davis


Rachel Kroner Conservation Biology George Mason University
2017 NIMF, EGF, EW Mara Laslo Amphibian Biol. & Phisiol Harvard University
2017 NIMF JLF Elise Alonzi Anthropology Arizona State University
2017 NIMF & VNF Heather Walder Anthropology Michigan State University


Lynda Coughlan Immunology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
2018 ALGF,NIMF, EG Kathryn L. Ranhorn Anthropology Harvard University
Chequita N. Brooks
Biology East Carolina University
2018 NIMF
Clarice Esch
Forestry Michigan State University
Meagan E. Wengrove
Ocean Engineering Oregon State University
2018 NIMF & EW
Lalanti Venkatasubramanian
Biological Sciences Columbia University
2019 ALGF, NIMF, EG Jessica Haugen Immunology Colo State Univ.
2019 NIMF, VNF, MBF Marisa McDonald Marine Biol. & Physiol. Univ. Hawai'i at Manoa
2019 NIMF Marianne Kramer Plant Cell Biol. Univ. Penna.
2019 NIMF, JFL Ashwini Ramesh Parasitology Indiana Univ., Bloomington
2019 NIMF, HCF Kaitlin Read Genetics, Cell Biology Virginia Polytech. Inst. & State Univ.
2019 NIMF, HCF Aliza De Nobrega Physiology Florida State Univ.
2019 NIMF, EWF Christina Saak Microbiology Univ. Calif., San Diego
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