Ph.D. Student in Biology, Duke University

Jasmine joined the lab in August 2019. She received her undergraduate degree from Stetson University, and her M.S. from William & Mary where she studied the dietary transfer of methylmercury between aquatic and terrestrial food webs. At Duke, she studies the impact of mercury exposure on tropical birds from artisanal gold mining in the Peruvian Amazon.

Experience

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    PhD Student in Biology, Duke University