Mani Tagmount Email: email@example.com
Projects involved with: Metal Mixtures
(Microarray Bioinformatics / Data Analysis / Statistical Programming / Biostatistics)
Applying statistical, computational and programming tools to evaluation and validation of algorithms for gene expression data analysis based on microarray experiments (mostly in metal toxicology and plant physiology).
Devrah Arndt Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I received my Ph.D. in Freshwater Sciences and Environmental Health from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2014. In the Vulpe Lab, I work as part of an international collaboration with the SIINN (Safe Implementation of Innovative Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) ERA-NET to investigate how the length and diameter of silver nanowires affects silver nanowire toxicity to humans and organisms. I also am involved on projects that investigate the sub-lethal impacts of biotic and abiotic environmental stressors on Daphnia magna. In my free time I love to travel, play volleyball, cook spicy food (I make my own hot sauces from scratch), and spend time with friends and family.
Post-doctoral, University of Kentucky, Plant and Soil Sciences (2014-2016)
Ph.D. Freshwater Sciences and Environmental Health, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (2014)
B. S. Biology, University of Wisconsin, Madison (2006)
B. S. Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Madison (2006)