Principal Investigator: Charlyn Partridge, PhD
Address: 740 W. Shoreline Dr., Muskegon, MI 49441
Syndell Parks, MSc
Kathryn (Kate) Geller: Exploring differential gene expression of baby’s breath seedlings from sand dunes and sagebrush steppe environments. Monitoring hemlock woolly adelgids. 3D printing expert.
Carlin Moore: Exploring the genetic structure of wild rice populations throughout Michigan.
Elliot Fair: Exploring the genetic structure of wild rice populations throughout Michigan
Colleen McClure: Monitoring hemlock woolly adelgid throughout Michigan’s coastal hemlock forests.
Cianna Quattrin: Monitoring hemlock woolly adelgid throughout Michigan’s coastal hemlock forests.
Leona Addie (GVSU-AWRI Summer Student Intern): Identification of fungal infections in western US G. paniculata populations.
Alex Florian (GVSU-S3 scholar): Influence of alternative reproductive tactics on population growth estimates of invasive round gobies.
Steve Smit (CIGLR Summer Research Fellow): Relationship between genetic diversity and presence of alternative reproductive tactics in round gobies.
Alexis Hoskins (AWRI-GVSU Student Intern, 2018): Population genetics of wild lupin across Michigan. Where are they now: Finishing up her degree at GVSU
Marisa Yang (REU Student, 2017): Genetic characterization of different G. paniculata color morphs in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (check out Marisa’s recently accepted paper on the publications tab). Where are they now: Research Scientist at Prime Roots Food, an alternative meat startup that is developing meat alternative from fungi!!!
Emily Dusicska (AWRI-GVSU Student Intern, 2017): Development of Microcystis spp. standards for qPCR targeting the 16S, mycD, and PC operon.
McKenna Burns (REU Student, 2016): Characterization of seed development of G. paniculata in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Matt Kienitz (AWRI-GVSU Student Intern, 2016): Assessment of G. paniculata in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore .