Our lab functions because of the hard work of research staff and student interns who work throughout the year to help collect data and keep our projects moving forward. If you’re interested in learning more about seasonal student internships and/or other opportunities to work on tickborne disease prevention projects at WCSU, click here.
Tick Lab Alumni:
Daniel Buser (Anthropology, '18), Barbara Campbell (Sociology), Vanele Dacosta (Biology '16), Melissa Dease (Biology '12), Melissa DiNino (Biology '14), Carina Doyle (NYU Biology), Payal Dudhedia (Biology '16), Karina Escobar (Biology '16), AmberJean Hansen (Biology '14), Socheata Lim (Biochemistry '14), Jake Lipinski (Biology '17), Kim Lockwood (Biology '17), Christopher Madden (Biology), Danielle Marcone (Quinnipiac College, Biology '21), Megan Morrow (Biology '15), Kelly Nealon (U. Maryland B.S. '17, WCSU M.S. Biology '21), Devin Norkowski (Psychology), Colin O’Brien (Biology '16), Bruna Oliveira (Biology '15), Dimitri Psaltos (Boston Univ. Biomedical Engineering '15), Jennifer Reid (Health Promotion '13), Chantal Ridlon (Biology '14), Esau Rojas (Biology '15), Kiran Singh-Smith (Barnard Coll. Environmental Sciences, '19), Amanda Thompson (UNH Biology '18), Robert Toth III (Biology '17), Layra Valdes (Biochemistry '19), Rebecca Warren (Biology '16), Sandra Zapata Ramirez (Biology '18), Chris Zavras (Biology '21).