Sarah Budischak

Sarah is a physiological ecologist who doesn’t mind doing the often dirty work of studying helminth infection in hosts ranging from tadpoles to buffalo to mice. She brings together ideas from immunology, parasitology, and community ecology to better understand how hosts, multiple parasites, and nutrition interact to influence host health and disease dynamics. She has just moved on to a faculty position at the Claremont-McKenna colleges.

 

Personal Website

Education

2010-2014
Ph.D. with honors in Ecology, Odum School of Ecology
University of Georgia

2008-2010
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Montana
(Transferred to UGA with Advisor)

2005-2007
M.S. in Wildlife Science, Wildlife Ecotoxicology and Physiological Ecology Lab.
Virginia Tech

2001-2005
B.S. with honors in Biology, minor in Chemistry
Davidson College

Awards

Please see Sarah's website (linked above).


Additional Publications

Please see Sarah's website (linked above).