My name is Marina Watowich (she/her/hers) and I am a graduate student in the SMack Lab at the University of Washington. I am broadly interested in investigating the genomic, immune, and behavioral consequences of various environmental stressors in non-human primates. Previously, I have studied the phylogenetic relationships and obligate pollination behavior of microlepidoptera. I earned a B.A. from Carleton College where I studied the reef fish behavior and participated in a long-standing wildlife conservation project with Round River Conservation Studies. Outside of the lab, I enjoy mountain biking, kayaking, and woodworking.
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