September 2004 – Welcome, Tami McDonald, New Graduate Student
The Lutzoni lab is delighted to welcome Tami McDonald to Duke! Originally from St. Paul, MN, Tami received her B.A. in Biology and English from Grinnell College, and her M.S. from the Biology Department at the University of Minnesota.
After her Masters research regarding the taxonomy of Sticta, Tami worked on secondary metabolism in Aspergillus at the Plant Pathology department at the University of Wisconsin. She is now a first-year Ph.D. student at Duke, where her research interests will center on the molecular genetics of fungal symbiosis and pathogenicity.