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Dr. Jacquelyn Grace
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University
Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Marine Biology Interdisciplinary Program
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Applied Biodiversity Sciences

BA. Biology, Willamette University
PhD . Biology, Wake Forest University
Postdoc, Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chize, France

Dr. Grace is originally from Ahuimanu, Hawaii and joined the faculty of the Department of 
Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences in the Fall of 2016.


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Current Graduate Students
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Viridiana Martinez

PhD Student, Texas A&M University
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Applied Biodiversity Sciences
BS. Biology, Westminster College

Viridiana is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, and joined the lab in the Fall of 2017.  Her research 
focuses on avian stress hormones and parasite abundance along an elevational gradient in the Davis Mountains.





Allison Guggenheimer

MS Student, Texas A&M University
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
BS. Zoology, Ohio State University

Allison joined the lab in the Fall of 2017 after serving as an Assistant Course Coordinator at The Ohio State University's
Center for Life Sciences Education.  She's currently investigating duck body condition in relation to land management
techniques across the hunting season in Texas.






Michael McCloy

PhD Student, Texas A&M University
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
BS. Natural Resources Conservation and Management, Western Carolina University

Michael joined the lab in the Summer of 2018 after several years working with the Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation 
Regions program for Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, and before that as a staff ecologist for Corblu Ecology Group near 
Atlanta, Georgia. His research project investigates the impact of acute (e.g., hurricane, fire) and chronic disturbance (e.g., 
agriculture, drought) on avian community structure, abundance, and productivity in the coastal plains and hill country of Texas.




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Current Undergraduate Students
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  • Bonner Watson
  • Maya Rasmussen
  • Mariel Ortega
  • Will Bailey
  • Garrett White
  • Collin Chapman
  • Alyssa Potton
  • Cameron Kelly
  • Justin Tracy
  • Josie Brown
  • Makaylee Crone
  • Jacob Locke
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Former Undergraduate Students
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  • Amy Stilley
  • Alexis Baker
  • Jared Garcia
  • Wendy Diaz
  • Alexandra Olazaran
  • Dee Stewart
  • Sujay Singh
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