Dutta, M. (25 March 2019). Cyanogenic glucoside induction across an environmental gradient in white clover (Trifolium repens L.).
Oza, A. (21 March 2018). The contributions of gene copy number variation to drought adaptation in white clover (Trifolium repens L.).
Cui Zhou, D. (4 April 2016). Local adaptation and population history in the genus Trifolium.
Thesis mentor (statistics and writing)
Lee, A. (1 April 2019). Investigating the role of seed fatty acids in germination for the emerging biofuel crop, Camelina sativa.
"Thank you for being such a wonderful mentor and for making my summer at Tyson so positive and memorable. It's obvious how much time and effort you put in to help us succeed as a team and as individuals, and I'm truly grateful for that. Tyson and this project specifically have really sparked my interest in research!"
"I spent a lot of time thinking about clover today, and I just wanted to say thank you again for making our experience so awesome this summer. I was working on my biochemistry term paper...and about a whole page of my paper is about cyanogenesis. It really didn't feel like work because I find the topic so interesting. So thanks for sharing your passion with us!"
"Sara was always was willing to meet as often as possible, set aside time from her project to help me with mine, whether it be talking through it, or researching past literature, or coming up with ideas for the future/analysis."
"The R demo was really great! I learned so much about that. You were a great resource any time we had questions or were feeling stuck. You helped me when I felt uncertain about how to progress."
"You helped us make valuable connections and definitely helped me out, given my inexperience working in a real research environment. I feel like I have a much better understanding of what the research field is like now. Taking us to see a PhD defense was a great experience to see what our future could look like."
Special thanks to Susan Flowers, Kim Medley, and Washington University's Tyson Research Center for their amazing undergraduate, TERF, and SIFT programs. I was given invaluable opportunities to practice mentoring in a vibrant research community, with excellent facilities!
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