My research interests include how plant and microbial communities are adapting to changing climatic conditions. Studying plant-soil feedbacks may provide information on the resiliency of ecosystems, and help us better protect threatened plant populations and communities.
Holmstrom, S.R., Wijayatunge, R., McCrum, K., Mgbemena, V.E., Ross, T.S. (2019) “Functional Interaction of BRCA1 and CREBBP in Murine Hematopoeisis.” iScience, 19. 809-820. doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2019.08.031
2019 Admission to the PhD Program in the Plant Biology Department at the University of Georgia.
2015 B.S. in Biology, B.A. in Theatre Studies at Duke University, Graduation with Highest Distinction
Fellow in the Georgia Research Education Award Traineeship (GREAT) Program