I enjoy advising and mentoring students and find it is a very rewarding process!  I have advised three students for their theses and independent study.

2015-2017          Jessica Ewald, Harvard College. 

Undergraduate thesis on “Modeling toxicokinetics of methylmercury in ringed seal”. 
Dean’s Award for Outstanding Engineering Projects at Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 2017.
Current position: Ph.D. student at McGill University.

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2016-2017          Alicia Juang, Harvard College. 

Undergraduate independent study on “Mechanistic understanding on methylmercury metabolism in marine mammals using mercury stable isotope”.
Winner of Best Use of Quantitative Methods in Conservation Research at Student Conference on Conservation Science—New York (SCCS-NY), 2017.
Current position: Civil engineer/hydrologist at Environmental Science Associates.

Our work has been published. Check this out!

 


2016-2017          Paheliya Aixilafu. T.H.Chan School of Public Health. 

M.Sc. thesis on “Pilot analysis of nutritional modifiers of methylmercury uptake”. Harvard 
Current position: Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.