Current Members

Dr. Ken Fedorka Associate Professor Principle Investigator
Ian Kutch Ph.D. Student Current Project: The role of the Y-chromosome in shaping sexual dimorphism and immune function
Danae Perry MS Student Current Project:  Climate change and the evolvability of immune function
Dana Davis MS Student Current Project:  Trans-generational effects of population density on immunity
Jinlei Li PhD Student (visiting) Current Project: Y-chromosome influenced trade-off between reproduction and immunity
Tobias Neilson PhD Student Current Project: TBA
Kelsey Pitchford PSM Student Current Project: The influence of seasonality on insect immune function using the Asian Citrus Psyllid
Sydney Chechele Undergraduate Researcher Current Project: Y-chromosome’s influence on selection response
Natasha Zdravkovic Undergraduate Researcher Current Project: Climate change and the evolvability of immune function
Thaila Schug Undergraduate Researcher Current Project: The influence of seasonality on insect immune function using the Asian Citrus Psyllid
Ryan Domitz Undergraduate Researcher Current Project: The influence of seasonality on insect immune function using the Asian Citrus Psyllid
Bonnie Allison Undergraduate Researcher Current Project: The role of mosquitos in the transmission of ranavirus

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