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Current Graduate Students

Welcome to the School of Life Sciences graduate program!

Our goal is to provide you with broad, interdisciplinary training in modern approaches to life sciences research. We will help you develop the skills you need to embark upon a successful career path.

With mentoring from faculty who are experts in their respective fields, and with access to modern research facilities, our graduate students are successfully reaching their career goals.

Our graduate students are typically supported by teaching or research assistantships. You may receive additional financial support from the Graduate Programs Office, including supplemental summer stipends and conference travel grants.

We encourage you to search and apply for additional funding from other internal and external sources.

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Jonathan Jackson
Grad Teaching Assistant
Michael Jansen
Grad Research Assistant
Brian Johnson
Grad Research Assistant
Murray Johnston
Grad Research Assistant
Joshua Klein
Grad Teaching Assistant
Kasuen Kotagama
Grad Teaching Assistant
Jonathan LaTourelle
Grad Teaching Assistant
Center for Biology & Society LSC 268 427
Tiffany Lewis
Grad Teaching Assistant
Paige Madison
Grad Research Assistant

Madison’s research interests lie at the intersection of history and the science of human origins. Her research focuses on fossils as scientific objects, examining the roles fossils play in the scientific process.

Peter Marting
Grad Research Assistant
Joseph Miceli
Grad Research Assistant
Biodesign AL1-30E 1001 S. McAllister Ave.
Karla Moeller
Grad Teaching Assistant
Erica O'Neil
Grad Intern
Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, MC 9320 111 E. Taylor St., Ste. 293
Deryc Painter
Grad Research Assistant