Dalsing, Beth

Dissertation: Virulence-Related Functions of Inorganic Nitrogen Metabolism and Signaling in Ralstonia Solanacearum.
Faculty Advisor: Caitilyn Allen
Beth is a global seeds and traits regulatory specialist with Syngenta.

Dinis, Jorge

Dissertation: Within-host evolution of emerging and re-emerging influenza A viruses.
Faculty Advisor: Thomas Friedrich
Jorge is a project manager at Innovative Genomics Institute.

Harvie, Elizabeth

Dissertation: The Neutrophil and Macrophage Response to Streptococcus iniae infection in Zebrafish Larvae.
Faculty Advisor: Anna Huttenlocher
Beth is a Medical Writer for MedThink SciCom.

Krasity, Benjamin

Dissertation: Microbial Pattern Recognition in the Euprymna scolopes- Vibrio fischeri Symbiosis.
Faculty Advisor: Margaret McFall-Nagi
Ben is doing his residency at the University of Chicago in the Pediatrics Department.

Mladinich, Katie

Dissertation: Point Mutations Linked to Inflammatory Disease Pathogensis Elucidate Regulatory Signaling Cascades in Neutrophils.
Faculty Advisor: Anna Huttenlocher
Katie attended Law School at Stanford University. She is now with the firm Latham & Watkins, LLP.

Murfin, Kristen

Dissertation: Xenorhabdus bovienii bacteria – Steinernema nematode spp. interactions as a model of evolution and mechanisms in broad-host range symbioses.
Faculty Advisor: Heidi Goodrich-Blair
Kristen is a Medical Writer for Invicro, A Konica Minolta Co.

Schwartzman, Julia

Dissertation: Physiological and chemical regotiations of the squid-vibrio symbiosis.
Faculty Advisor: Ned Ruby
Julia is currently postdoc at MIT.

Spero, Melanie

Dissertation: The Physiological Role of Complex I in Bacteria.
Faculty Advisor: Tim Donohue
Melanie is currently a postdoc at Cal Tech in the Newman lab. She will be joining the faculty at University of Oregon in Fall of 2021.

Wadler, Caryn

Dissertation: The Cellulolytic Strategy of Cellulomonas.
Faculty Advisor: Garret Suen
Caryn is doing a postdoc in the Thomas lab at UW Madison.

Wille, Coral

Dissertation: Cytosine modification of the Epstein-Barr Virus genome affects lytic reactivation and helps inforce latency type.
Faculty Advisor: Shannon Kinney
Coral is a postdoctoral fellow at the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery at UW Madison.