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B.S., Cornell University
the small town of Bernhards Bay, New York, Aimee received her
B.S. degree from Cornell University in 2005.
Following graduation she worked at the Cornell Dairy
Facility where she became an integral part of the
herd health team. Aimee is working in Dr. David
Kerr's lab towards a Ph.D. in Dairy Science. Her
research interests are E. coli mastitis and the immune
system response following infection.
B.S., University of Massachusetts
is originally from Wrentham, Massachusetts. She studied at the
University of Massachusetts where she earned a Bachelor of Science in
Microbiology. She joined the Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical
Sciences Ph.D. program in August 2012 and is working on her
dissertation research in the laboratory of Dr. David Kerr. Her research
is focused on the innate immune response to bovine mastitis and, in
particular, how the immune response may be regulated epigenetically.
Outside the lab she enjoys running, skiing, cooking, and
from Orange, Connecticut, Sam is now a senior at the University of
Vermont. She will graduate in May 2015 with a B.S. in Animal Science
and hopes to attend vet school in the fall. Her research interests
focus on the development of a whole blood stimulation test as a means
for measuring immune response potential in bovines. Her other interests
include skiing, reading, and traveling.
Former Lab Members