TAVIS K. ANDERSON
I am an ORISE scientist in the Virus and Prion Research Unit at the National Animal Disease Center.
I got my feet wet in academia as an Assistant Professor of Parasitology in the Department of Biology at Georgia Southern University. I received training in evolutionary biology and virology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I earned my doctorate in ecology and evolution at Rutgers University, and my honours and undergraduate degrees at The University of Queensland.
LAB ALUMNI (and where they are now)
James Alfieri – M.Sc. (2016). Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University.
Emily Dodd – B.Sc. (2016). M.Sc. student at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Sarah Dunn – B.Sc. (Honors) (2015). Veterinary technician.
Maria St. Jean – B.A. (2015). Industry position in biomedical sciences.
Jackson Tomlinson – B.Sc. (2015). M.Sc. student at Georgia Southern University.