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No where? Everywhere? I moved every 5 years but feel most at home in Southern California.
What brought me here:
I found myself here through my master's at UCSF and fell in love with the research being done, the people I worked with and around, and the great food all through out Berkeley. How could I leave?!
Outside of lab I love:
Watching the Patriots, playing soccer, coloring books, eating pizza and chocolate chip cookies (or really anything!), trying to stand on my head, and exploring local events.
Bill Stewart weighs in on how California can prevent the state's next big #wildfire - https://t.co/Ihs4DGIymI https://t.co/ePJ0lFCYRh
PhD candidate @kaitlyngaynor in @ConversationUS: "An increase in nocturnality among certain species may also have f… https://t.co/Q4EkO6egsR
RT @sciam: Humans are driving other mammals to become more nocturnal https://t.co/pTIdQwiT6p https://t.co/ZHGi1we37f
New research from Prof. Jill Banfield & graduate student Alexander Crits-Christoph published in @nature has found a… https://t.co/odc6KTOm5o
Wildlife is working the night shift to avoid people: new research in Science finds that human disturbance is creati… https://t.co/FC3rSwVEbs