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Bruce A. Carlson

Assistant Professor

Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Biology, St. Louis, MO 63130

(314) 935-3486 carlson.bruce@wustl.edu

EDUCATION

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2003

Ph.D. in Neurobiology and Behavior, with Dr. Carl D. Hopkins

Thesis: “Mechanisms of stereotyped temporal pattern generation in mormyrid electric fish”

University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1997

B.S. in Biology with honors and B.S. in Marine Science with honors, magna cum laude

Thesis: “Deterrent properties of Aplysia ink are mediated by chemoreceptors in the predatory crab Cancer antennarius”, with Dr. Thomas G. Nolen


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2008- Assistant Professor, Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Biology

2007-2008 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cornell University, Department of Neurobiology

and Behavior, with Dr. Carl D. Hopkins

2003-2007 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Virginia, Department of Biology,

with Dr. Masashi Kawasaki

1997-2003 Graduate Research Assistant, Cornell University, Department of Neurobiology

and Behavior, with Dr. Carl D. Hopkins

1997 Graduate Research Assistant, Cornell University, Department of Neurobiology

and Behavior, with Dr. Andrew H. Bass

1996-1997 Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of Miami, Department of Biology

with Dr. Thomas G. Nolen

1996-1997 Research Diver, University of Miami, Department of Biology

1996 Undergraduate Research Intern, Mote Marine Laboratory, Center for Shark

Research, Sarasota, FL, with Dr. Charles Manire

1995-1996 Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of

Marine and Atmospheric Science, with Dr. Larry E. Brand


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Washington University, Course Master (2008-present)

Introduction to Neuroethology (BIO 3421) – alternate spring semesters

Neurophysiology Lab (BIO 404) – fall semesters

Independent study (BIO 200 and BIO 500) – year round

Washington University, Co-Instructor/Guest Lecturer (2008-present)

Neural Systems (BIO 5651) – spring (1 lecture and 1 laboratory)

Cellular Neurobiology (BIO 5571) – fall (1 lecture)

Behavioral Ecology (BIO 372) – spring (1 lecture)

Neuroscience & Behavior (BIO 5926) – summer (2 laboratories)

Biological Neural Computation (BME 572) – spring (1 lecture)

Cornell University, Co-Instructor/Guest Lecturer (1997-2003, 2007)

Academic Skills for Biologists (BIONB 7200) – fall (1 discussion section)

Neuroethology (BIONB 4240) – spring (2 lectures)

Biology of Fishes (BIOEE 4760) – fall (1 lecture)

Cornell University, Teaching Assistant (1997-2003)

Introduction to Behavior (BIONB 221)

Introduction to Neurobiology (BIONB 222)

Neuroethology (BIONB 4240)


HONORS AND AWARDS

2004-2007 National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke Postdoctoral Training NRSA

2002-2003 National Institute of Mental Health Predoctoral Training Grant

2002 Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year, Cornell University

1998-2002 National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship

1997-1998 Cornell University Sage Predoctoral Fellowship

1997 Graduation, magna cum laude, University of Miami

1997 Outstanding Senior in Biology, University of Miami

1997 Departmental Honors in Biology and Marine Science, University of Miami


RESEARCH GRANTS

Active Grants

National Science Foundation, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, Synaptic mechanisms for the processing of temporal codes, IOS-1050701, $581,304 in total costs, PI Carlson, 2011-2014.

National Science Foundation, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement (Synaptic mechanisms for the processing of temporal codes), IOS-1137071, $6250 in total costs, PI Carlson, 2011-2014.

National Science Foundation, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, Collaborative research: Mechanisms of signal diversity in communication, IOS-0818390, $203,183 in total costs, PI Carlson (collaborative with PI Hopkins on IOS-0818305), 2008-2012.

National Science Foundation, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement (Collaborative research: mechanisms of signal diversity in communication), IOS-0940424, $6000 in total costs, PI Carlson, 2009-2012.

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, Multiple roles of inhibition in temporal coding, F30-DC011197, National Research Service Award for A. Lyons-Warren, PI Carlson, 2009-2012.

Pending Grants

National Science Foundation, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, Brain evolution, communication, and the diversification of behavior, preliminary proposal invited for full submission, PI Carlson.

National Science Foundation, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, Genetic mechanisms and energetic trade-offs in brain size evolution, preliminary proposal invited for full submission, PI Carlson.

Previous Grants

McDonnell Center for Systems Neuroscience, Decoding temporal patterns through short-term synaptic plasticity, $84,800 in total costs, 2008-2010.

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Postsynaptic potential interactions in sensory neurons, F32-NS049788, $142,700 in total costs, PI Carlson, 2004-2007.


PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

  1. Lyons-Warren AM, Kohashi T, Mennerick S and Carlson BA (In Press) Retrograde fluorescent labeling allows for targeted extracellular single-unit recording from identified neurons in vivo. Journal of Visualized Experiments.

  2. Klug A, Borst JGG, Carlson BA, Kopp-Scheinpflug C, Klyachko VA and Xu-Friedman MA (In Press) How do short-term changes at synapses fine-tune information processing? Journal of Neuroscience.

  3. Lyons-Warren AM, Hollmann M and Carlson BA (2012) Sensory receptor diversity establishes a peripheral population code for stimulus duration at low intensities. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 2586-2600.

  4. Carlson BA (2012) Diversity matters: The importance of comparative studies and the potential for synergy between neuroscience and evolutionary biology. Archives of Neurology. 69: 987-993.

  5. Carlson BA, Hasan SM, Hollmann M, Miller DB, Harmon LJ and Arnegard ME (2011) Brain evolution triggers increased diversification of electric fishes. Science 332: 583-586 [Faculty of 1000 “Exceptional”; Featured in Discover, Science News, Science Daily, PhysOrg.com, The Naked Scientists, Wired, Futurity, redOrbit, Gizmodo, io9].

  6. George AA, Lyons-Warren AM, Ma X and Carlson BA (2011) A diversity of synaptic filters are created by temporal summation of excitation and inhibition. Journal of Neuroscience 31: 14721-14734.

  7. Carlson BA and Arnegard ME (2011) Neural innovations and the diversification of African weakly electric fishes. Communicative & Integrative Biology 4: 720-725.

  8. Gallant JR, Arnegard ME, Sullivan JP, Carlson BA and Hopkins CD (2011) Signal variation and its morphological correlates in Paramormyrops kingsleyae provide insight into the evolution of electrogenic signal diversity in mormyrid electric fish. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 197: 799-817.

  9. Carlson BA (2009) Temporal-pattern recognition by single neurons in a sensory pathway devoted to social communication behavior. Journal of Neuroscience 29: 9417-9428 [Faculty of 1000 “Must Read”; featured in This Week in the Journal].

  10. Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2008) From stimulus estimation to combination sensitivity: Encoding and processing of amplitude and timing information in parallel, convergent sensory pathways. Journal of Computational Neuroscience 25: 1-24.

  11. Carlson BA (2008) Phantoms in the brain: Ambiguous representations of stimulus amplitude and timing in weakly electric fish. Journal of Physiology – Paris 102: 209-222.

  12. Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2007) Behavioral responses to jamming and ‘phantom’ jamming stimuli in the weakly electric fish Eigenmannia. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 193: 927-941.

  13. Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2006) Stimulus selectivity is enhanced by voltage-dependent conductances in combination-sensitive neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 96: 3362-3377.

  14. Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2006) Ambiguous encoding of stimuli by primary sensory afferents causes a lack of independence in the perception of multiple stimulus attributes. Journal of Neuroscience 26: 9173-9183.

  15. Arnegard ME and Carlson BA (2005) Electric organ discharge patterns during group hunting by a mormyrid fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272: 1305-1314 [Featured in Wissenschaften-Online].

  16. Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2004) Nonlinear response properties of combination-sensitive electrosensory neurons in the midbrain of Gymnarchus niloticus. Journal of Neuroscience 24: 8039-8048 [Faculty of 1000 “Recommended”; featured in This Week in the Journal].

  17. Carlson BA and Hopkins CD (2004) Stereotyped temporal patterns in electrical communication. Animal Behaviour 68: 867-878.

  18. Carlson BA and Hopkins CD (2004) Central control of electric signaling behavior in the mormyrid Brienomyrus brachyistius: Segregation of behavior-specific inputs and the role of modifiable recurrent inhibition. Journal of Experimental Biology 207: 1073-1084 [Featured in Inside JEB].

  19. Carlson BA (2003) Single-unit activity patterns in nuclei that control the electromotor command nucleus during spontaneous electric signal production in the mormyrid Brienomyrus brachyistius. Journal of Neuroscience 23: 10128-10136.

  20. Carlson BA (2002) Neuroanatomy of the mormyrid electromotor control system. Journal of Comparative Neurology 454: 440-455.

  21. Carlson BA (2002) Electric signaling behavior and the mechanisms of electric organ discharge production in mormyrid fish. Journal of Physiology – Paris 96: 405-419.

  22. Carlson BA, Hopkins CD and Thomas P (2000) Androgen correlates of socially induced changes in the electric organ discharge waveform of a mormyrid fish. Hormones and Behavior 38: 177-186.

  23. Carlson BA and Bass AH (2000) Sonic/vocal motor pathways in squirrelfish (Teleostei, Holocentridae). Brain Behavior and Evolution 56: 14-28.


BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Tricas TC and Carlson BA (2012) Electroreceptors and magnetoreceptors. In: Cell Physiology Sourcebook: Essentials of Membrane Biophysics (Sperelakis N, ed.), 4th ed, pp. 705-725. Elsevier.

  2. Carlson BA (2011) Detection and generation of electric signals in fishes: An introduction. In: Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment (Farrell AP, ed.), vol. 1, pp. 347-349. Academic Press.

  3. Carlson BA (2009) Temporal coding in electroreception. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Binder MD, Hirokawa N, Windhorst U and Hirsch MC, eds.), pp. 4039-4044. Springer.

  4. Carlson BA (2009) Reafferent control in electric communication. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Binder MD, Hirokawa N, Windhorst U and Hirsch MC, eds.), pp. 3368-3373. Springer.

  5. Carlson BA (2006) A neuroethology of electrocommunication: Senders, receivers, and everything in between. In: Communication in Fishes (Ladich F, Collin SP, Moller P and Kapoor BG, eds.), pp. 805-848. Science Publishers.

  6. Caputi A.A., Carlson BA and Macadar O. (2005) Electric organs and their control. In: Electroreception (Bullock TH, Hopkins CD, Popper A and Fay RR, eds.), pp. 410-451. Springer.


INVITED LECTURES

2012 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA; Minisymposium: How Do

Short-Term Changes at Synapses Fine-Tune Information Processing?

Computational Neuroscience Annual Meeting; Atlanta, GA; Workshop: Computational Neuroethological Approaches to Problems in Social Neuroscience

14th European Congress of Ichthyology; Liége, Belgium; Symposium: Adaptive Brain

Morphology and Neuroanatomy in Fishes

Marine Biological Laboratory; Woods Hole, MA (Grass Fellows Invited Speaker)

Nagoya University, Japan; Symposium: Integrative Studies on Formation and Function of Brain Networks (Principal Speaker)

University at Buffalo, SUNY: Department of Biological Sciences

St. Louis University: Department of Biology

St. Louis Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (Keynote Speaker)

2011 Indiana University: Evolution, Ecology and Behavior Seminar Series

Grinnell College: Department of Biology

McGill University: Mont-Saint-Hilaire Electric Fish Meeting

2010 Brandeis University: Neuroscience Program (Graduate Student/Postdoc Invited Speaker)

9th International Congress of Neuroethology; Salamanca, Spain; Symposium: Computational

Mechanisms in Temporal Coding (Organizer/Chair of Symposium)

2009 University of Texas: Section of Neurobiology

Northwestern University: Department of Neurobiology & Physiology

Washington University: Medical Scientist in Training Program

3rd Mediterranean Conference of Neuroscience; Alexandria, Egypt; Symposium: Mormyrid Fishes in Myth, Membranes and Molecules

McGill University: Mont-Saint-Hilaire Electric Fish Meeting

2008 Washington University: Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology

Washington University: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

2007 Hunter College – City University of New York: Department of Psychology

University of Ottawa: Department of Biology

University of Toronto: Department of Biology

Georgia State University: Department of Biology

Emory University: Department of Psychology

Washington University in St. Louis: Department of Biology

University of Oklahoma: Department of Zoology

8th International Congress of Neuroethology; Vancouver, Canada; Satellite Meeting:

Electrosensory Systems

2006 University of Victoria: Department of Biology

Central Connecticut State University: Department of Biology

2002 University of Virginia: Department of Biology

2001 6th International Congress of Neuroethology; Vancouver, Canada; Satellite Meeting:

Neurobiology of Electrosensory Organisms


CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

Lyons-Warren AM, Kohashi T, Mennerick S and Carlson BA (2012) It’s not a coincidence: A novel mechanism for processing submillisecond spike timing differences. 10th International Congress of Neuroethology. College Park, MD.

Baker CA, Ma X and Carlson BA (2012) Differences in short-term synaptic depression of excitatory and inhibitory pathways contribute to temporal pattern recognition. 10th International Congress of Neuroethology. College Park, MD.

Kohashi T, Ma X and Carlson BA (2012) Passive and active membrane properties contribute to temporal selectivity for communication signals in mormyrid electric fish. 10th International Congress of Neuroethology. College Park, MD.

Braun CB, Carlson BA, Alves-Gomes JA (2012) Phylogenetic diversity of responses to jamming stimuli in pulse gymnotiforms: The evolution of smooth frequency shifts. Electric Fishes: Neural Systems, Behavior and Evolution, Satellite to the 10th International Congress of Neuroethology. College Park, MD.

Fedrigo O, Nielsen WJ and Carlson BA (2012) Comparative transcriptome analysis of increased encephalization in mormyrid fishes. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. Dublin, Ireland.

Lyons-Warren AM, Kohashi T, Mennerick S and Carlson BA (2011) A novel mechanism for processing submillisecond spike timing differences revealed through fluorescence guided in vivo recordings. Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC.

Lyons-Warren AM, Kohashi T, Mennerick S and Carlson BA (2011) Novel intensity-dependent re-coding of submillisecond spike timing differences. J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience, Satellite to the Society for Neuroscience Meeting. Washington, DC.

Kohashi T and Carlson BA (2011) A novel whole-brain preparation for studying precise temporal coding in mormyrid electric fish. Gordon Research Conference in Neuroethology: Behavior, Evolution & Neurobiology. Easton, MA.

Lyons-Warren AM and Carlson BA (2011) Tuning in to duration: Diversity in receptor frequency tuning establishes a peripheral population code for stimulus duration. Mont-Saint-Hilaire Electric Fish Meeting. Montreal, Canada.

Kohashi T and Carlson BA (2011) A novel whole-brain preparation for studying precise temporal coding in mormyrid electric fish. Mont-Saint-Hilaire Electric Fish Meeting. Montreal, Canada.

Carlson BA, Hasan SM, Hollmann M and Arnegard ME (2010) Signal diversification drives the evolution of novel patterns of brain organization. J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience, Satellite to the Society for Neuroscience Meeting. San Diego, CA.

George AA, Lyons-Warren AM and Carlson BA (2010) GABAergic inhibition shapes interpulse interval tuning in the electrosensory system of mormyrid electric fish. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology. Salamanca, Spain.

Lyons-Warren AM and Carlson BA (2009) Longer pulses are more electrifying: Pulse duration sensitivity in the mormyrid Knollenorgan electrosensory pathway. Society for Neuroscience. Chicago, IL.

Hasan SM and Carlson BA (2009) Evolution of a sensory pathway mediating social communication behavior in mormyrid electric fish. Society for Neuroscience. Chicago, IL.

Carlson BA (2008) Temporal-pattern recognition based on rate-dependent excitation and rate-dependent inhibition. Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC.

Swanson M, Reshanov A, Carlson BA, Alves-Gomes JA and Braun CB (2008) Behavioral responses to potentially jamming signals in pulse-discharging gymnotiform fishes. Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC.

Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2008) An Information theoretical approach to parallel sensory pathways in weakly electric fishes. Sensors and Sensing in Biology and Engineering. Calabria, Italy.

Carlson BA (2007) Temporal-pattern sensitivity in the mormyrid electric communication pathway. 8th International Congress of Neuroethology. Vancouver, British Columbia.

Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2007) Illusion or adaptation? Electrical behaviors induced by phantom stimuli. 8th International Congress of Neuroethology. Vancouver, British Columbia.

Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2005) Combination sensitivity in Gymnarchus niloticus results from the temporal dynamics of excitation and inhibition. Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC.

Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2005) Ambiguous encoding of multiple stimulus parameters in weakly electric fish. Computational Neuroscience Meeting. Madison, WI.

Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2005) Parallel processing of multiple stimulus parameters and the emergence of combination sensitivity. Computational and Systems Neuroscience. Salt Lake City, UT.

Carlson BA and Kawasaki M (2004) Non-linear response properties of combination-sensitive electrosensory neurons in the midbrain of Gymnarchus niloticus. 7th International Congress of Neuroethology. Nyborg, Denmark.

Arnegard ME and Carlson BA (2004) Electrolocation and electrical communication during pack-hunting in Mormyrops anguilloides. 7th International Congress of Neuroethology. Nyborg, Denmark.

Carlson BA and Hopkins CD (2002) Two motor control centers for social communication displays in mormyrid electric fish. Society for Neuroscience. Orlando, FL.

Carlson BA and Hopkins CD (2001) Electrical stimulation of descending electromotor nuclei in the mormyrid Brienomyrus brachyistius and the control of electric signaling behavior. 6th International Congress of Neuroethology. Bonn, Germany.

Carlson BA and Hopkins CD (2000) Neural mechanisms in the generation of electric signals in mormyrid fish. Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans, LA.

Carlson BA and Hopkins, C.D. (1998) Socially-mediated changes in the electric organ discharge of a mormyrid fish. 5th International Congress of Neuroethology. San Diego, CA.

Carlson BA and Nolen TG (1997) Defensive ink of Aplysia activates dactyl chemoreceptors of the predatory crab Cancer. Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans, LA.


UNIVERSITY SERVICE AND OUTREACH

Neuroscience Colloquium, Washington University in St. Louis, Faculty Representative for the Biology Department (2009-present)

Interactive electric fish demonstrations for ‘NeuroDay’ at the St. Louis Science Center (part of Society for Neuroscience’s ‘Brain Awareness Week’) and the ‘St. Louis Area Brain Bee’ (2009-present)

Officiating Judge at the ‘St. Louis Area Brain Bee’ (2011-present))

Spector Prize Committee, Washington University in St. Louis (2011)

Faculty Research Advisor, International Prehealth Society, Washington University in St. Louis (2010

Midstates Consortium for Math and Science, Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Biological Sciences and Psychology, University of Chicago, Faculty Representative for Washington University in St. Louis (November 2010)

Instructor for Bio5926: Neuroscience & Behavior, part of Life Science for a Global Community, an NSF Institute for Biology Teachers (July 2010)

Educational outreach at Old Bonhomme Elementary School, Olivette, Missouri (April 2009)

Scientific advisor for ‘Chisembe: Shadow Hunters of Malawi’, a finalist in three categories at the International Wildlife Film Festival, Missoula, Montana (2005)

Graduate student president for the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University (2000-2001)

Graduate student social chair for the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University (1998-1999)

Educational outreach at Boynton Middle School, Ithaca, New York (1997-1999)

Volunteer at the John G. Shedd Aquarium, Chicago, Illinois (1995)


PEER REVIEW

Research Grants

National Science Foundation (Behavioral Systems, Neural Systems, Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience)

Formas (Swedish Research Council)

Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology

Sigma Xi

Louisiana Board of Regents Support Fund Research Competitiveness Subprogram

Journals

Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology • Behaviour • Developmental Brain Research • Ethology • Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience • Frontiers in Zoology • Hormones and Behavior • Journal of Comparative Physiology A • Journal of Experimental Biology • Journal of Neurophysiology • Journal of Neuroscience • Journal of Physiology – Paris • Neuroscience • Physiology and Behavior • PLoS Biology • PLoS Computational Biology • PLoS One • Synapse

Book Chapters

Hill RW, Wyse GA and Anderson M (2012) Chapter 14, Sensory Processes. In: Animal Physiology, 3rd ed., Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.

External Thesis Examiner

PhD thesis of T. Deemyad, McGill University, Canada (2012)


EDITORIAL DUTIES

2010-present Review Editor, Frontiers in Aquatic Physiology.

2009-2010 Section Editor, Detection and Generation of Electric Signals in Fishes. In: Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment, Academic Press, pp. 347-415.

2008 Guest Issue Editor, Electrosensory Systems. Journal of Physiology – Paris 102: 153-374.


ACTIVE MEMBERSHIPS IN SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES

American Association for the Advancement of Science

International Society for Neuroethology

J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience

Society for Neuroscience


MENTORING

Graduate Students

Christa Baker (Neuroscience Program, CCSN Training Grant, NIH NRSA Fellowship, 2009-present)

Ariel Lyons-Warren (MSTP, Neuroscience Program, NIH NRSA Fellowship, 2008-present)

Tahnbee Kim (Neuroscience Program Rotation Student, 2012)

Matheus Araujo (Neuroscience Program Rotation Student, 2012)

Edward Siuda (Neuroscience Program Rotation Student, 2011)

Postdoctoral Associates/Research Scientists

Xiaofeng Ma (Senior Research Scientist, 2011-present)

Tsunehiko Kohashi (JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow, 2010-present)

Michael Orr (Postdoctoral Associate, 2011-2012)

Andrew George (Postdoctoral Associate, 2009-2010)

Michael Hollman (DAAD Postdoctoral Fellow, 2009-2010)


Graduate Student Dissertation Committees

Tara Deemyad (Neuroscience Program, McGill University, 2012)

Kathleen Zelle (Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology Program, 2011-present)

Kristin Powell (Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology Program, 2011-present)

Matthew Caudill (Physics, 2011)

Mark Freeman (MSTP, Neuroscience Program, 2009-2011)

Diwakar Turaga (MSTP, Neuroscience Program, 2010)

Jing Shao (Physics, 2009)

Undergraduate Students

Kiron Sukeson (Biomedical Engineering Major, 2012-present)

Robert Wang (Biology Major, 2011-present)

Chelsea Casareale (Biology Major, 2011-present)

Jennifer Stevens (Biology Major, 2009-present)

Joseph Bernardi (Music Major, 2012)

Lisa Ma (Biology Major, 2011-2012)

Alex Z. Feng (Biology Major, 2010-2011)

Michelle McMahon (Zoology Major, University of Wisconsin, 2010)

Saad Hasan (Biology Major, Senior Honors Thesis, 2008-2010)

Arielle B. Grossman (Biology Major, 2009-2010)

Derek Miller (Biology Major, 2009-2010)

Mary E. Hinton (Environmental Studies Major, 2009-2010)

Hannah Wroblewski (Physics Major, 2008-2009)

Alyssa Pagliere (Biology Major, 2008)

Jacob Pieper (Biology Major, 2008)


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