Curriculum vitae

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

2020-present Postdoctoral Research, H.W. Manter Lab, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

2019-2020-Visiting Assistant Professor, Biology Department, Northern Michigan University

2019-present Fellow of the Leifur Eiriksson Foundation

2014-2019 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Integrative Biology, Oklahoma State Univ.

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D.   Oklahoma State University, Department of Integrative Biology Stillwater, OK. Advisor: Matthew Bolek. Dissertation Title: Comparative Study of                 Life Cycle Ecology and Host-Parasite Interactions of horsehair worms (Phylum Nematomorpha). July 2019

B.S.     Biological Sciences. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.  Advisor: David J. Keil.  December 2010

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Visiting Assistant Professor, Northern Michigan Univ. , Dept. of Biology Aug. 2019-May 2020

 

General Parasitology Lecture & Lab (Fall 2019)

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Lecture & Lab (Fall 2019, Winter 2020)

Vertebrate Zoology Lecture & Lab (Winter 2020)

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant, OSU, Dept. of Integrative Biology. Aug. 2014-Aug. 2019

 

General Biology (Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015, Fall 2016)

Human Heredity (Fall, 2015)

Invertebrate Zoology (Spring 2016, Spring 2017)

Vertebrate Morphology (Fall, 2018)

Human Physiology (Spring 2019, Summer 2019)

 

Guest lecture, Invertebrate Zoology.

Guest lecture, Physiology.

                       

Graduate Teaching Assistant, California Polytechnic State University, Biological Sciences Department San Luis Obispo, CA

 

General Biology (Fall 2010, Fall 2013)

General Botany (Spring 2011

Plant Diversity and Ecology (Spring 2011)

GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

 

External Grants, Scholarships, and Fellowships (Total=$47,900 as graduate student)

2018    Marc Dresden Student Travel Grant, American Society of Parasitologists ($600) *

2018    Leifur Eiriksson Foundation Fellowship ($25,000)

2017    Fulbright/NSF United States Student Scholarship to Iceland (2017-2018) ($17,500)

2017    Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitology Research Grant ($500)

2017    Philanthropic Education Organization, Oklahoma Projects Fund, Inc. ($1500)

2016    Philanthropic Education Organization, Chapter U ($500)

2010    American Assoc. of University Women, Atascadero Branch Scholarship Winner ($1000)

2002    National Institute of Health Bridges to Baccalaureate Scholar

 

*Received 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 (Total = $1,900)

 

University Grants, Scholarships, and Fellowships (Total=$14,590 as graduate student)

2018    Women’s Faculty Council Student Research Award ($750)

2018    Graduate & Professional Student Govt. Assoc. Travel Award ($545)

2018    Hispanic/Latino Faculty & Staff Association, Dra. Cida Chase Scholarship ($250)

2017    College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Excellence and Scholarship Fund ($500)

2017    Women for OSU Philanthropy Student Scholarship ($5000)

2016    Graduate & Professional Student Govt. Assoc. Travel Award ($545)

2016    Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Scholar, Spears College of Business ($2000)

2014    Top Tier Graduate Fellowship, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK ($5000)

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

 

2019    College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teaching Asst. Award, Oklahoma St. Univ.

2018    Outstanding Poster Award Oklahoma Women Impacting STEM and Entrepreneurship, Oklahoma City, OK

2017    Wilhm Teaching Assistantship Award, Ph.D., Dept. of Integrative Biology

2017    2016-2017 Oklahoma State University’s Outstanding Doctoral Student OSU President’s Leadership & Service Recognition

2017    Herrick Award. Best Student Poster. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists, Wilmington, OH.

2017    Power of Business Award. Baylor University New Venture Competition. Team Leader, Christina Anaya: Redcedar Products

2017    Honorable Mention. Baylor University New Venture Competition. Team: Redcedar Products

2016    LaRue Award. Best Oral Presentation. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

2016    Best Overall Student Presentation. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists. Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, IL. 

2016    Graduate and Professional Student Government Association Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant, Finalist

2016    Datus M. Hammond. Best Graduate Oral Presentation. Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitologists. Cedar Point Biological Field Station.           

2016    Best Lunchtime Seminar Award, OSU Department of Integrative Biology

2015    Meritorious Student Paper Award. American Society of Parasitologists Annual Conference. Omaha, Nebraska

2015    Datus M. Hammond Award. Best Graduate Student Poster Award. Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitologists. Ogallala, Nebraska

INVITED TALKS

 

2020   

 

Oct 20. Opening a can of worms: the discovery of the first terrestrial hairworm and new tools for evaluating the diversity of hairworms in terrestrial and aquatic habitats throughout Iceland. Biology Department Seminar. Michigan State University USA

Feb. 14. Parasites and their Manipulative Ways. Science on Tap, Ore Dock Brewery

2019

Sept Comparative Study of Life Cycle Ecology and Host-Parasite Interactions of horsehair worms (Phylum Nematomorpha). Biology Department Seminar, Northern Michigan University, USA

 

Sept Parasites and their Manipulative Ways. Huron Mountain Club. Big Bay, Michigan, USA

 

2018   

Nov 15. A year in the land of fire and ice: sampling parasites and experiencing traditions. Sierra Club Cimarron Group. Oklahoma City, OK, USA

 

Jun 23. Relationship of feeding, growth, and parasitism in Acheta domesticus infected with Paragordius varius (Phylum: Nematomorpha). Symposium: Immunological and physiological interactions between insects and pathogens, American Society of Parasitologists, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Feb 16. Opening a can of worms: host-parasite interactions of hairworms (Nematomorpha: Gordiida), the discovery of the first terrestrial hairworm and new tools for evaluating the diversity of hairworms in terrestrial and aquatic habitats throughout Iceland. University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland

 

November 9. Opening a can of worms: host-parasite interactions of hairworms (Nematomorpha: Gordiida), the discovery of the first terrestrial hairworm and new tools for evaluating the diversity of hairworms in terrestrial and aquatic habitats throughout Iceland. Hólar University College, Sauðárkrókur, Iceland.

 

2017   

April 4. The General Ecology and Life Cycle of Hairworms. Philanthropic Educational Organization. Stillwater, OK.   

 

2015   

October 15. Invasion of the mind-controlling parasites. Sierra Club Monthly meeting. Oklahoma City, OK.  

 

2013   

July 10. Feast or Famine: The Nutritional Ecology of a Host-Parasite System. Yosemite National Park Naturalist Meeting.

 

2012   

April. Introduction to hairworms. Atascadero High School. Atascadero, California.

 

CONFERENCE ACTIVITY

 

Symposia Organized

2019   

July 11-14. Annual Student Symposium. American Society of Parasitologists. Preparing for and Navigating Your Parasitological Future.

 

Oral Papers Presented

2019   

 July 11-15. Planning for Your Career in Parasitology. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists, Student Symposium presenter.

   

 July 11-15. The other Oklahoma land rush: field and experimental observations on a new Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) with the first documented terrestrial life cycle for the phylum.

   

June 6-8. Sampling the Land of Fire and Ice: The First Documentation of Hairworms (Phylum Nematomorpha) in Iceland. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists, Mankato, MN.

April 14-17. Relationship of feeding, growth, and parasitism in Acheta domesticus infected with Paragordius varius (Phylum: Nematomorpha). Southwestern Branch Entomological Society, Tulsa, OK.

 

2018   

Sept. 6-8. Sampling the land of fire and ice: the first documentation of hairworms in Iceland. Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitology, Ogallala, NE.

 

2017

Oct. 26-28. The discovery of the first terrestrial hairworm (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) and new tools for evaluating the diversity of hairworms in terrestrial and aquatic habitats throughout Iceland. Iceland Biological Society, Reykjavik, Iceland.

 

Oct. 14. Freshwater and Marine Snails as Parasite Biodiversity Indicators in Iceland. Arctic Assembly. Reykjavik, Iceland.

 

June 27-July. Land Ho! Field observations and experimentation on a new Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) with the first documented terrestrial life cycle for the phylum. American Society of Parasitologists. San Antonio, TX.  

 

June 8-10. Field and experimental observations on a new Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) with the first documented terrestrial life cycle for the phylum. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists. Wilmington, OH.  

 

Apr. 23. Field and Experimental Observations on a new Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) with the first terrestrial life cycle for the phylum. Central Ecology and Evolution Conference. Stillwater, OK.  

 

Apr. 21. Land Ho! Field and Experimental Observations on a new Gordius sp. (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) with the first terrestrial life cycle for the phylum. Southwestern Association of Parasitologists. Lake Texoma, Kingston, OK. 

Apr. 14. Living with parasitism: the pre- and post-partum effects of hairworm infection on the biology of Acheta domesticus. Southwestern Association of Naturalists. Lawton, OK.  

 

2016   

Sept. 8-10. Post-partum effects of parasitism of Acheta domesticus by Paragordius varius. Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitologists. Ogallala, NE.  

 

July 11-15. Effects of hairworm (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) infection on cricket reproductive output. American Society of Parasitologists. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada  

 

June 9-11. Morphological and physiological effects of Paragordius varius (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) on the cricket host, Acheta domesticus. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists. Carbondale, IL.

 

June 25-28. Effects of Paragordius varius (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) on the cricket host, Acheta domesticus. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists. Omaha, NE.   

2015   

Bolek, M. G., C. Szmygiel, R. Shannon, C. Williams, A. Schmidt-Rhaesa, and B. Hanelt. 2015. The diversity and surprising complexity of larval and cyst stages of gordiids (Nematomorpha): How many types are there? Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists. Omaha, Nebraska.

 

2014   

Bolek, M. G., C. Szmygiel, R. Shannon, C. Williams, A. Schmidt-Rhaesa, and B. Hanelt. The diversity and surprising complexity of larval and cyst stages of gordiids (Nematomorpha): How many types are there? Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitologists, University of Nebraska Cedar Point Biological Station, Ogallala, Nebraska.

 

September 4-6. Chewing the Fat: The parasitic effects of a hairworm (Paragordius varius) on its cricket host (Acheta domesticus).  Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitologists Annual Meeting, Ogallala, Nebraska.   

 

July 25. Feast and Famine: The nutritional ecology of a hairworm (Paragordius varius) on its cricket host (Acheta domesticus). American Society of Parasitologists, New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

Posters Presented

 

2018    Anaya, C. and Bolek, M.G. Sept. 14. Freshwater and marine snails as parasite biodiversity indicators in Iceland. OK Women Impacting STEM and Entrepreneurship. Oklahoma City, OK

2017    Anaya, C., Hanelt, B, Bolek, M.G. June 9, 2017. Effects of hairworm infection on diet, morphology and egg production of Acheta domesticus. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists. Wilmington, OH.

2017    Anaya, C., Hanelt, B, Bolek, M.G. April 20-22. The post-partum effects of hairworm infection on the biology of Acheta domesticus. Southwestern Association of Parasitologists. Kingston, Oklahoma.

2016    Anaya, C., Hanelt, B, Bolek, M.G. July 11-15. Observations on the life history of Gordius cf. robustus (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) from Oklahoma. Is this the first documented semi-terrestrial hairworm life cycle?  American Society of Parasitologists. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  

2016    Anaya, C., Hanelt, B, Bolek, M.G. June 9-11. Observations on the life history of Gordius cf. robustus (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) from Oklahoma. Is this the first documented semi-terrestrial hairworm life cycle? Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists. Carbondale, IL.  

2015    Williams, C., Bolek, M.G., Hanelt, B. September 10-12. Observations on the life history of Gordius cf. robustus (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) from Oklahoma. Is this the first documented semi-terrestrial hairworm life cycle? Rocky Mountain Conference of Parasitologists. Ogallala, Nebraska.  

2013    Williams, C., Vredevoe, L., Hanelt, B. May 13. Feast or Famine: The Nutritional Ecology of a Host-Parasite System. College of Science and Mathematics Student Research Conference, California Polytechnic State University. San Luis Obispo, California.   

 

CAMPUS OR DEPARTMENTAL TALKS

 

2020

Oct 29. Opening a can of worms: the discovery of the first terrestrial hairworm and new tools for evaluating the diversity of hairworms in terrestrial and aquatic habitats throughout Iceland. Biology Department Seminar. University of Nebraska-Lincoln HWML seminar

 

 

2019   

February 11. A year in the land of fire and ice: sampling parasites and the first documentation of hairworms (Phylum: Nematomorpha) in Iceland. Lunchtime Seminar, OSU, Stillwater, OK.

 

Mar. 6. Land Ho! Gordius cf. robustus (Nematomorpha: Gordiida) from Oklahoma. Is this the first semi-terrestrial hairworm life cycle? Department of Integrative Biology Lunchtime Seminar. Stillwater, OK.  

 

2016   

Anaya, C., Hanelt, B., Bolek, M.G. Oct. 17. Post-partum effects of parasitism of Acheta domesticus by Paragordius varius. Department of Integrative Biology Lunchtime Seminar. Stillwater, OK.   

 

2015  

Williams, C., Vredevoe, L., Hanelt, B. Nov. 16. Observations on the life history of Gordius robustus from Oklahoma. Is this the first documented semi-terrestrial hairworm life cycle? Department of Integrative Biology Lunchtime seminar Stillwater, OK.   

 

2014   

Williams, C., Vredevoe, L., Hanelt, B. May 16. Chewing the Fat: The nutritional ecology of a hairworm (Paragordius varius) and its cricket host (Acheta domesticus).  College of Science and Mathematics Student Research Conference, San Luis Obispo, California.   

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

 

Harold W. Manter Museum of Parasitology                                                               2020-present

Dr. Scott L. Gardner, Curator

  • Project 1: Parasite assemblages in pocket gophers of the Nebraska plains (My role is dissections, prepping and mounting of specimens, and assist with writing).

  • Project 2: New species descriptions of 8 lice species of the Tuco-tucos of Bolivia (my role is microscopy and writing the publications).

 

Biology Department, Northern Michigan University. Marquette, MI                         2019-2020

Independent Research

  • Project 1: Distribution of Psorospermium haeckeli in crayfish of the Upper Peninsula.

  • Project 2: Molecular characterization of European hairworms (Phylum Nematomorpha)

 

Department of Integrative Biology, Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK

Doctoral Research                                                                                                       2014- 2019

Research Adviser: Dr. Matt Bolek

  • Doctoral Dissertation: Comparative Study of Life Cycle Ecology and Host-Parasite Interactions of Freshwater Hairworms (Phylum Nematomorpha)

  • The purpose of this study is to examine the ecology, distribution, and host parasite relationships of two species of hairworms.

 

 

Dept. of Aquaculture and Fish Biology, Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland      2017-2018

Fulbright/National Science Foundation Arctic Research

Host: Dr. Bjarni Kristjánsson

  • Freshwater and Marine Snails as Parasite Biodiversity Indicators in Iceland

  • Examine the current status of parasites using freshwater and marine snails in Iceland as baseline data for future climate research.

 

Department of Biological Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA                                                                                                                                        2010-2014

Research Adviser: Dr. Larisa Vredevoe

  • Master’s Thesis: The effect of macronutrient deficiencies and parasitism on the generalist omnivore, Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera: Acrididae)

  • Examined the effect of energy deficiencies including macronutrient deficiency and parasitism on female house crickets and the morphological and physiological consequences of those deficiencies.

 

Department of Biological Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Field Research                                                                                                                  2009-2011

Research Adviser: Dr. Frances Villablanca

  • Undergraduate Research: Quarterly project to conduct population status of the endangered kangaroo rat, Dipodomys heermanni arenae in the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Wildlife Refuge.

 

Department of Biological Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Laboratory Research                                                                                                                   2009

Research Adviser: Dr. Kingston Leong

  • Undergraduate Research: Examination of sperm storage in female Monarch butterflies at overwintering sites in California

 

Department of Biological Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Field Research                                                                                                                            2009

Research Adviser: Dr. Frances Villablanca

  • Undergraduate Research: Survey for the endangered Morro Bay Kangaroo rat.

 

Department of Biological Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Field Research                                                                                                                  2009-2010

Research Adviser: Dr. David Keil

  • Senior Project: Botanical Survey of Stadium Park, Atascadero, CA. Survey of botanical species and community structure.

 

SERVICE

 

Professional

Reviewer for Comparative Parasitology, Graellsia, 

 

Society

Committee Service American Society of Parasitologists

            Public Relations Committee 2019-2020

            Co-chaired session in the Evolutionary Ecology II 2019

Co-chaired session in the Evolutionary Ecology II 2018

Student Representative American Society of Parasitologists 2018-2019

Developed the “Planning for and Navigating your Parasitology Career” for the Annual ASP Student Symposium.

Created the inaugural Palettes and Parasites Art Contest

Created the inaugural Meal-with-a-Mentor. 22 mentors and 48 time slots filled by 30 students.

           

Academic

 

Academic Planning Committee, Northern Michigan University                                   2019-2020

Undergraduate Student Mentoring                                                                    2011-2019                           

Developed Grad Student Workshop: How to Write Grants & Proposals                        2019

Student Representative, Amer. Soc. of Parasitologists                                             2018-2019

HHMI: I Am Proud to be a Life Scientist                                                            2015,2016, 2018

Developed Grad Student Workshop: How to Create Engaging Poster                           2016

Student Sierra Club, Secretary                                                                           2016-2017

Developed Grad Student Workshop: Time Management                                               2015

Seminar Speaker Committee                                                                                    2015-2017

Tri Beta Panelist: Undergraduate Research                                                            2015

Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Research Symposium, judge                                       2015

Oklahoma State University Research Week, Moderator                                             2015

 

Community

 

Little Brothers, Friends of the Elderly                                                                     2019

Salvation Army thanksgiving Dinner                                                                       2014,2015

Wesley Foundation, Student Thanksgiving Dinner                                                     2015                                                               

Outdoor Family Camping Insect Workshop                                                     2015

Lake McMurtry Spring Celebration                                                                          2015

Into the Streets                                                                                                 2014

Hurricane Katrina Outreach, New Orleans Cal Poly Alternative Breaks                              2009

Flying Samaritans, Dental Clinic, Mexico                                                                  2003

UNDE UNDERGRADUATE AND HIGH SCHOOL MENTORING- 2000+ hours

 

Bolek Laboratory, Oklahoma State University

 

Lila Trainor, Kenneth Rogers, Ayrianna Swanson*, Madison Houghton

Taliah Williams*(**), Gabriel Crow, Mia Milliner*, Zach Yarborough, Garrett Welch†, Isabel Vester†, Kenzie Hull, Tymara Nash*, Ela Baladjay, Melissa Daily, Britney Bryan, Diana Soriano*, Amanda Keck**, Madison Young, Claire Gallagher, Adrienne Horner, Abbi Wright**, Kaycee Forsythe, Beau Henneha*(**), Katelyn Nelms, Maddie Machart, Jonathan Hinck, Scott Ninke, Kelsey Pierce, Kierra Dixon*(**), Jordyn Taylor, Bailey Lagarde**, Camden Geary-Henderson

Drew Williams, Codi Sandefur

 

Department of Aquaculture and Fish Biology, Iceland

Cirion Benhaim, Olivia Pires

 

 

Vredevoe Laboratory, California Polytechnic State University

 

Tyler Worley, Danielle Zezoff, Allie Gonzalez, Melissa Hollister, Hillery Nguyen, Olivia Origel, Jordan Landerman, Avity Norman

Jennifer Dunaj

Lindsey Day

Celeste McCormick

Chris Sherburne

 

 

* indicates underrepresented minorities in STEM

** indicates Freshman Research Scholar

† indicates high school student

 

Undergraduate Student Poster Presentations

 

Jordyn Taylor, C. Anaya. M.G. Bolek. April 2019. Non-adult survival of hairworms (Phylum: Nematomorpha) in extreme conditions. OSU Dept. of Integrative Biology Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Student Symposium.

 

Claire Gallagher, C. Anaya. M.G. Bolek. April 2019. Individual female fecundity in a terrestrial hairworm (Phylum: Nematomorpha). OSU Dept. of Integrative Biology Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Student Symposium.

 

Kierra Dixon, Beau Henneha, Bailey Lagarde, C. Anaya, M.G. Bolek. April 2019. The effect of hairworms (Phylum: Nematomorpha) on the diet of its cricket host, Acheta domesticus (Order: Orthoptera). OSU Dept. of Integrative Biology Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Student Symposium.

 

Amanda Keck, Abbi Wright, C. Anaya, M.G. Bolek. 2017. Defending Your parasite: the effects of hairworm infection on male cricket behavior. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Freshman Research Scholars Symposium

 

Taliah Williams, C. AnayaM.G. Bolek 2017. Mortality rate in post emergence of Nematomorpha. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Freshman Research Scholars Symposium

 

Claire Gallagher, Kaycee Forsythe, C. AnayaM.G. Bolek. 2017. Prevalence of gordiid cysts in earthworms. Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Research Symposium.

 

Tymara Nash, C. AnayaM.G. Bolek. 2017. Reproduction in crickets () after parasitism by horse hairworms. Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Research Symposium.

 

Gabriel Crow, C. AnayaM.G. Bolek. 2016. Survival of house crickets, Acheta domesticus after parasitism by the hairworm, Paragordius varius (Phylum: Nematomorpha). Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Research Symposium.

 

Kenneth Rogers, C. AnayaM.G. Bolek. 2016. Density-dependent effects on body size of hairworms (Phylum: Nematomorpha). Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Research Symposium.

 

Ayrianna Swanson, C. Anaya, M.G. Bolek. 2016. Egg production in female house crickets, Acheta domesticus after parasitism by the hairworm, Paragordius varius (Phylum: Nematomorpha). Karen L. Smith Undergraduate Research Symposium.

 

Undergraduate Student Awards

 

1st Place Best Poster Presentation. 2017. Taliah Williams, C. Anaya, M.G. Bolek. Mortality rate in Acheta domesticus post emergence of Nematomorpha.​

 

MEDIA COVERAGE

 

2019    https://www.kqed.org/science/1937775/these-hairworms-eat-a-cricket-alive-and-control-its-mind

2017    https://news.okstate.edu/articles/osu-doctoral-student-pioneers-parasitology-research-iceland

2017    http://villagenews.com/education/local-graduate-conduct-research-iceland/

2017    https://www.ostate.tv/mpx/?play=49A2F661-67FE-A99F-1716-0DB30EC86E4F

2017    https://news.okstate.edu/articles/osu-doctoral-student-conduct-research-iceland

2017    https://spears.okstate.edu/news/2017/03/01/osu-teams-bring-home-47000-from-new-venture-competition/

 

ACTIVE PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY AFFILIATIONS

 

2012    The American Society of Parasitologists

2014    Rocky Mountain Parasitologists Group

2015    Southwestern Association of Parasitologists

2015    Sigma Xi

2016    Entomological Society of America

2016    American Association of University Women

2016    Midwestern Association of Parasitologists

2017    Southwestern Association of Naturalists