Grad Ed Schrom

Ed is a mathematical biologist and experimentalist who investigates the ecology and evolution of inducible defenses in the face of sabotage by parasites. He is particularly interested in the design principles of immune systems. Ed was co-advised by Simon Levin. He is now a postdoctoral fellow at the NIAID of the NIH.

Education

2017-now
Ph.D. candidate in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University

2015-2017
M.S. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University

2011-2015
B.S. in Biology with Highest Distinction, University of Virginia
B.A. in Mathematics, University of Virginia

Awards

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship; Princeton University

2015
Edgar F. Shannon Award, University of Virginia
Gus Tebell Memorial Award, University of Virginia
U.Va. Katz Research Symposium 1st Place Presentation

2014
U.Va. Harrison Undergraduate Research Award
U.Va. Ingrassia Family Echols Scholar Research Award