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Originally from SoCal, I grew up fascinated by marine biology, specifically shark science. I followed this passion through my undergrad and am currently working on my Master’s thesis on Neurocrania Morphology of shark taxa as it relates to species ecology. My other interests include scuba diving, Pokken Tournament and pitbulls.
I am currently a research assistant at DePaul University in the Shimada Lab. My research focuses on the morphology of shark neurocrania (both extant and extinct groups) in relation to their ecology.
I graduated from UCSD with a Bachelor’s in Marine Biology.
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The Impact of Temperature Induced Vertebral Anomalies on C-Start Swimming Performance On Temperature Anomalies in Astyanax Mexicanus
Master’s Thesis | DePaul University | 2023
Kaleigh Arnold, Windsor E. Aguirre
Advisement Committee: Terry Grande (Loyola University), Jason Bystriansky (DePaul University)