A warm welcome to Delaney Nolin and Rae Santora from USC, and Lexi Jones and Ari Krinos from MIT as they bring their skills and energy to the CBIOMES collaboration.
Delaney Nolin is a graduate student in the Fuhrman Lab at USC. She is using a combination of ‘omics and bioinformatic techniques to investigate shifts in microbial and viral communities in the North Pacific.
Alexandra (Rae) Santora is a graduate student in the Fuhrman Lab at USC studying microbial biogeography, with a current project focusing on small-spatial scale changes in microbial community structure across dynamic fronts.
Arianna (Ari) Krinos is a graduate student in the Follows Group at MIT studying phytoplankton population and community ecology by developing tools, workflows, and models to process laboratory and large bioinformatics datasets.
Alexandra (Lexi) Jones is a graduate student in the Follows Group at studying 1-2 km North Pacific/ Hawaii MITgcm-Darwin simulations to understand eddy-induced submesoscale interactions in oligotropic environments.