Stella Alimperti, PhD

Title: Associate Professor

Company: Georgetown University

Education: PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo (2014); Diploma in Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) (2006)

Career History: Associate Professor, Georgetown University (2022-Present); Principal Investigator, American Dental Association/National Institute of Standards and Technology (2018-2022); Postdoctoral Researcher, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering (2014-2017); Collaborator, Biogen (2015-2016); Research Assistant, University at Buffalo (2008-2014); Collaborator, Invitrogen (2011-2013); Quality Control Analyst/Internship, Pillsbury, General Mills, Greece (2006-2007); Chemistry Analyst, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (2005)

Stella Alimperti, PhD, Associate Professor at Georgetown University, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of education.

Graduating with a diploma in chemical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in 2006, Dr. Alimperti gained experience as a chemistry analyst at Bundesanstalt duer Materialforschung und –pruefung in Germany and a quality control analyst and intern at Pillsbury and General Mills in Greece before relocating to the United States. Being in a male-dominated profession such as engineering was challenging, but she decided to pursue a PhD despite the obstacles. She enrolled in the University of Buffalo in 2007 and studied in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, where she learned about tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Throughout her studies, she gained further firsthand experience as a research assistant at the institution and as a collaborator at Invitrogen.

Upon earning a PhD in chemical and biological engineering in 2014, Dr. Alimperti traveled to Boston and engaged in biomedical engineering as a postdoctoral researcher at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and a collaborator at Biogen. With particular expertise in bioengineering with a focus on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, she served as a principal investigator for the American Dental Association/National Institute of Standards and Technology for four years before joining Georgetown University as an associate professor in 2022. At the university, she works predominantly in the laboratory and tends to her postdocs and students; she teaches and mentors them in numerous disciplines, including 3D bioprinting, data, how to interpret data, manuscripts, and writing grants. She also strives to have at least one meeting with her postdocs and her students.

Among her numerous achievements in her career so far, Dr. Alimperti—a prolific contributor of papers and articles in highly-read scientific publications, including the Journal of Cell Science, Biotechnology Progress, and the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology—her notable was seeing her name and scientific contribution in her first publication: “Lentiviral Microarrays for Real-time Monitoring of Gene Expression Dynamic,” which she co-authored for Lab on a Chip Journal in 2010.  When she saw that published, she felt she was impacting society. It motivated her to continue and work even harder to contribute more to science and research.

A dedicated member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, International Society for Stem Cell Research, American Heart Association, and Biomedical Engineering Society, Dr. Alimperti looks to the future wanting to bring more engineers into the dental and musculoskeletal arena as well as increase her research publication rate.



Avik Biswas, PhD

Title: Postdoctoral Researcher

Company: Salk Institute for Biological Studies, University of California, San Diego

Education: PhD in Computational Physics, Temple University (2021); BS/MS (Integrated), Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER), Bhopal, India (2015)

Career History: Postdoctoral Researcher, Salk Institute for Biological Studies (2022-Present); Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California, San Diego (2022-Present); Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Biophysics and Computational Biology, Temple University (2017-2021); Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, Temple University (2015-2017); INSPIRE Research Fellow, Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER), Bhopal, India (2014-2015); Indian Academy of Sciences Research Fellow, Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER), Pune, India (2012-2013)

Avik Biswas, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher at Salk Institute for Biological Studies, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of science.

Growing up in a small town in India with limited resources, Dr. Biswas nevertheless worked hard academically and proved himself to be one of the most impressive students—not just in his area, but throughout his country. Earning a Certificate of Outstanding Merit by the Office of the Governor within the Department of Logistics, he was one of 10 individuals selected to be part of the Youth in Leadership Program in India by the Council for Scientific Research. The program provided him with the resources to spend an entire summer in a research laboratory, where he could shadow professional scientists and witness how research is conducted in the field. This impactful experience inspired him to later apply to and attend the Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, one of the top research-focused universities in India. In addition to earning an INSPIRE Fellowship from the Department of Science and Technology and a Summer Research Fellowship from the Indian Academy of Sciences, Dr. Biswas attained an integrated Bachelor of Science-Master of Science from the university in 2015.

With particular expertise in biophysics, Dr. Biswas then pursued his doctorate in the United States, where he attended Temple University. Throughout his studies, he was active as a graduate research assistant at the university’s Center for Biophysics and Computational Biology from 2017 to 2021; during this time, he was also recognized by the College of Science and Technology as the Best Teaching Assistant, which remains a career highlight. Under the guidance of an exemplary academic community and his PhD advisor, Ronald M. Levy, to whom Dr. Biswas attributes his success, he focused his research on the evolution of drug resistance in HIV and has authored several papers on the topic for professional journals. Since attaining a PhD in computational physics in 2021, he has found success as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, San Diego and at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.

Looking toward the future, Dr. Biswas strives to apply his expertise and knowledge of artificial intelligence and methodologies to help solve relevant biological problems and certain pathogenic infections, particularly HIV, AIDS, and the West Nile Virus. He would also like to see himself in a research-intensive university or institute in a fast-paced position with his own group. Outside of his primary responsibilities, Dr. Biswas takes time to contribute to Doctors Without Borders and volunteers at local soup kitchens, churches, and educational and school activities.


Anna R. Spagnoli

Education: BA in History, Coastal Carolina University (2006)

Career History: Clinical Trial Lead, Vial (2023-Present); Associate Study Manager, Lexitas Pharma Services, Inc. (2022); Research Nursing Project Manager, Illingworth Research Group (a Syneos Health Company) (2021-2022); Clinical Research Associate Manager, The Emmes Company, LLC (2020-2021); Clinical Research Associate III, The Emmes Company, LLC (2018-2020); Clinical Research Associate II, CONRAD Clinical Research Center, Norfolk, VA (2016-2018); Clinical Research Associate I, CONRAD Clinical Research Center, Norfolk, VA (2014-2016); Clinical Operational and Research Coordinator, CONRAD Clinical Research Center, Norfolk, VA (2012-2014); Administrative Support Coordinator, CONRAD Clinical Research Center (2009-2012); Work Study Office Assistant, Center For Education and Community (2005-2006)

Anna R. Spagnoli, Clinical Trial Lead at Vial, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of research.

Though equipped with a Bachelor of Arts in history from Coastal Carolina University, Ms. Spagnoli developed a passion for clinical research two years after she graduated. A friend introduced her to a nonprofit research and development company, CONRAD Clinical Research Center, which focused on HIV prevention and contraceptive research. She began working there and in doing so, traveled to developing countries and saw firsthand just how much of an impact the company and industry as a whole had on people—she found it incredibly fulfilling to witness both the scientific and human aspects of the work being done. At CONRAD, she excelled as an administrative support coordinator from 2009 to 2012 before advancing to the roles of clinical operational and research coordinator, Clinical Research Associate I, and Clinical Research Associate II between 2012 and 2018.

Following these appointments, Ms. Spagnoli collected a wide range of knowledge and experience that would allow her to make significant contributions to any clinical operation team. From there, she served as a Clinical Research Associate III and a CRA manager at Emmes, a clinical research organization with offices throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, and India, from 2018 to 2021. She was subsequently active as a research nursing project manager at Illingworth Research Group from 2021 to 2022, an associate study manager at Lexitas Pharma Services, Inc. throughout 2022, and has been the clinical trial lead at Via—a contract research organization specializing in biotech, oncology, and dermatology clinical trials, among many—since 2023. An expert in clinical trials, research and development, and biotechnology, Ms. Spagnoli’s responsibilities include the oversight of monitoring for clinical trials; ensuring clinical research associates are punctual and issues are identified and addressed; helping the company to grow its technology and making clinical trials more efficient; and work with engineering teams to review any and all clinical operation needs.

Among the numerous highlights of her career so far, Ms. Spagnoli recognizes a few particularly notable points of pride. She was part of a human-centered design project that examined barriers to people’s willingness to take pre-exposure prophylaxis, a medicine for HIV prevention, and how their motivations changed their perception of medication adherence. She felt a great sense of accomplishment in educating and empowering patients from developing countries and improving clinical trials. In addition, she’s found it rewarding at Vial, where she helps enhance sponsors’ experience by making clinical trials more efficient with technological advancements—which has provided her with a better perspective of clinical operations.

Attributing the success surrounding her rewarding career to the support of her co-workers, all of whom inspire her to work hard, Ms. Spagnoli looks to the future planning to continue growing in her industry, keeping focus on clinical operations, and building the monitoring team at Vial.

Sushant Kumar Singh, PhD

Title: Business Process Architect

Company: Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc.

Location: Waltham, MA

Education: DBA, Swiss School of Business and Management (2025); PhD in Environmental Management, Montclair State University (2015); PhD in Environmental Science, Magadh University, Bihar, India (2010); Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship, Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, New Delhi, India (2008-2009); MS, Magadh University, Bihar, India (2003); BS, Bhupendra Narayan Mandal University, Bihar, India (1997)

Career History: Business Process Architect, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Lexington, MA (2022-Present);  Data Scientist, Geospatial Analytics, Machine Learning, NLP, Virtusa Corporation, Westborough, MA (2016-2017); Data Scientist, Big Data and Geospatial Analytics Lead, First Data Corporation, Mountainview, CA (2015-2016); Senior Environmental Scientist, Environmental Health and Management, GPSME, Paterson, NJ (2014-2015); Doctoral Assistant, Environmental Management, Department of Earth and Environmental Studies, Montclair State University (2010-2015); Assistant Pollution Control Expert, Japan International Cooperation Agency Study Team: NIPPON KOEI, Gurgaon, India (2007); School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (SSHE) Coordinator, UNICEF, Patna, Bihar, India (2005-2007); Project Group Leader, Department of Environment and Water Management, Anugrah Narayan Colelge, Patna, Bihar, India (2003-2005); Assistant Project Coordinator, Natural Resource Management, Center for Integrated Development (An International NGO), Patna, Bihar, India (2001-2003)

Sushant Kumar Singh, PhD, Business Process Architect at Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc., has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the fields of science and management.

With more than 20 years of professional experience to his name, Dr. Singh has established himself as an accomplished architect, scientist, researcher, author, and educator—and currently excels as a business process architect at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, which he joined in 2022. Wielding extensive knowledge and expertise in artificial intelligence, machine learning, prediction models of groundwater contaminants, prediction models of natural hazards, and environmental sustainability, he previously found success as a solution architect, data science architect, and professional services expert for large pharma and technology companies. Additionally, he was active as a data architect for a major life insurance company and a data scientist for geospatial analytics and machine learning at Virtusa Corp, as well as a data scientist and the Big Data and Geospatial Analytics Lead at a global financial services company, and a senior environmental scientist at GPSME. Prior to his career in the United States, he served in his home country of India as an assistant pollution control expert with the Japan International Cooperation Agency Study Team: NIPPON KOE; a School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Coordinator at UNICEF; a project group leader for the Department of Environment and Water Management at Anugrah Narayan College; and launched his career in 2001 as an assistant project coordinator for natural resource management at the Center for Integrated Development.

Outside of his primary endeavors, Dr. Singh has been an active educator, teaching at Digital University Kerala in India as an adjunct professor at the School of Informatics and a course instructor at the Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management. In addition, since 2020, he has been a member of the Board of Studies at the School of Informatics and a visiting senior research fellow at the Indian Institute of Sustainable Development in New Delhi. He also lends his authority in the field as a resource person at Anugrah Narayan College and a speaker and presenter across numerous conferences and symposia. Furthermore, he has chaired the Graduate Student Organization and both founded and presided over the Student Chapter of the United States Green Building Council at Montclair State University between 2012 and 2014, among several other academic posts over the years. Prolific as a researcher and writer as well, he has excelled as the associate editor of Frontiers in Environmental Science: Toxicology, Pollution, and the Environment since 2022, and has acted in the editor role for a wide range of publications in his field—including Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Chemosphere, Electronics, Environmental Technology and Innovation, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, and Sustainable Water Resources Management, among others. Since 2010, he has authored and contributed to numerous articles and chapters on topics of his expertise.

In recognition of his prolific and highly impactful work since the start of the century, Dr. Singh has collected such accolades as an Award for Excellence in Research at the Education Expo in India in 2023, a Best Researcher Award for the Contribution and Honorable Achievement in Innovative Research by ScienceFather in 2022, an Award for Excellence in IT from the Indian Achievers’ Forum & CSR Times in 2021, an Outstanding Scientist Award from the VDGOOD Professional Association, an Inspirational Leadership Award from the Bestow Edutrex International Mumbai, and a Critical Talent of the Year recognition from Virtusa Corp. He has remained engaged and active in the several changes and developments of his industry through memberships with the Royal Society of Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, International Association of Engineers, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Data Science Association, and Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council.

Attributing his success to his parents, God’s face, and his many gurus, Dr. Singh gravitated toward his profession out of interest in science and the management side of health-related issues. A voracious learner, he is equipped with a Bachelor of Science from Bhupendra Narayan Mandal University, a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in environmental science from Magadh University, a Doctor of Philosophy in environmental management from Montclair State University, and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration from the Swiss School of Business and Management. Looking toward the future, Dr. Singh strives to focus on volunteer teaching and assisting those who have the ability to learn but lack the resources to do so.

Dr. Kartik Soni

Title: Research Specialist

Company: Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

Education: PhD in Biotechnology, CSIR-Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology; MS in Biotechnology, Amity University (2006); BS in Life Sciences, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi (2004)

Career History: Research Specialist, Senior Research Associate, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California (2022-Present)

Dr. Kartik Soni, Research Specialist at the Keck School of Medicine within the University of Southern California, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of sciences.

Naturally inquisitive and science-minded from a young age, Dr. Soni has always been curious about understanding the biology of things—which has culminated in the launch of an exciting career as a research specialist and a senior research associate in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Keck School of Medicine within the University of South California. Since 2022, he has utilized his lifetime curiosity and strong educational background to focus predominantly on stem cell research; among his many responsibilities within his role, he independently manages three different projects in a laboratory, mentors students, develops research projects and designs experiments, writes manuscripts for publications in the field, and speaks on his areas of expertise at academic conferences.

Born and raised in India, Dr. Soni earned a Bachelor of Science in life sciences from Sri Venkateswara College within the University of Delhi in 2004 and then continued his education at Amity University, where he excelled and obtained a Master of Science in biotechnology in 2006. He subsequently pursued a Doctor of Philosophy in biotechnology from the CSIR-Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology. During that time, he served as a research trainee at the Centre for Genomic Application and then became a senior research fellow at the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology. He gained additional experience in his field as a specialist for F1000, an open research publisher for scientists, scholars, and clinical researchers, and then as a postdoctoral fellow for Institut Pasteur, an internationally renowned facility for biomedical research based in Paris, France, where he investigated the various genetic, cellular, and biological mechanisms involved in skeletal muscle stem cell maintenance, activation, and regeneration.

On top of his primary endeavors, Dr. Soni has contributed written works and research to SynBioNEWS since 2014 and papers on stem cells to Science Outreach Newsletters since 2013; his numerous research findings and write-ups have been published by Oxford University Press, Springer Nature, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., and ScienceDirect; and he has been active as a peer reviewer for a wide range of publications, including the European Journal of Molecular Biology, Advances in Genomics and Genetics, Research and Reports in Biochemistry, and Stem Cells and Cloning: Advances and Applications. He also founded the Science Outreach Blog, where he writes and posts research. Among his many accomplishments, he is proud to have garnered recognition as a remarkable academic, having accrued a Project Fellowship, a Senior Research Fellowship, and an International Travel Fellowship from the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research in 2006, 2009, and 2011, respectively, as well as a travel grant from the Department of Science and Technology in India.

Having recently relocated to the United States to assume his role at the University of Southern California, Dr. Soni strives to establish himself as a professional and publish his works in his new country. In addition, he wants to make new discoveries and ultimately advance into a senior position, through which he can mentor younger generations.

Dr. R. Michael Winters

Title: Postdoctoral Researcher

Company: Microsoft

Location: Seattle, WA

Education: PhD in Music Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology (2020); Research Intern, Microsoft (2016); Research Intern, Georgia Institute of Technology (2015); MA in Music Technology, McGill University (2014); Research Intern, Sennheiser Electronic GmbH & Co. (2013); BA in Music and Physics, Minor in Mathematics and Philosophy, The College of Wooster (2010); Diploma, Oak Park River Forest High School (2006)

Career History: Postdoctoral Researcher, Microsoft, Redmond, WA (2021-Present); Research Affiliate, Socioneural Physiology Lab, Kinsey Institute, Indiana University (2020-2021); Graduate Research Assistant, Brain Music Lab, Georgia Institute of Technology (2018-2020); Sonification Design Researcher, PhET Interactive Simulations, University of Colorado Boulder (2017-2020); Sonification Lab, Georgia Institute of Technology (2016-2018); Sonification UX Developer, Hop Labs, Atlanta, GA (2017); Graduate Research Assistant, Robotic Musicianship Group, Georgia Institute of Technology (2014-2016); Sonification Developer, Schulich School of Music, McGill University (2013-2014); Livestream Engineer and Coordinator, Schulich School of Music, McGill University (2012-2013); Research Associate, Input Devices and Music Interaction Laboratory, Canada (2011-2013); Research Associate, Physics Department, The College of Wooster, Ohio (2010); Consultant in Field

Dr. R. Michael Winters, Postdoctoral Researcher at Microsoft, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of science research.

Driven by his passions for physics and music, Dr. Winters has excelled in his industry by making technologies with valuable contributions that impact people’s lives. An expert in sonification, the utilization of non-speech sounds to convey information, and brain-computer interfacing, he has strived to approach technology as a means to empower people and boost empathy—and has dedicated a substantial amount of time and research into ways music can be used in this way. A postdoctoral researcher at Microsoft since 2021, he previously served as a research affiliate in the Socioneural Physiology Lab at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University; a graduate research assistant in the Brain Music Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology; and a sonification design researcher for PhET Interactive Simulations at the University of Colorado Boulder. In the latter position, he created physics simulations accessible for those who could not see by using sound; millions of people have since utilized this technology every year. In addition, he previously worked at the Sonification Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology and served as a sonification UX developer at Hop Labs. From 2014 to 2016, Dr. Winters found success as a graduate research assistant for the Robotic Musicianship Group at the Georgia Institute of Technology, which was preceded by experience at the Schulich School of Music at McGill University, where he found success as a sonification developer and livestream engineer and coordinator. He began his career at the College of Wooster as a research associate in the Physics Department in 2010 and subsequently served in the same position at the Input Devices and Music Interaction Laboratory in Canada from 2011 to 2013.

A frequent consultant in the field, Dr. Winters has additionally lent his expertise as an executive producer and livestream coordinator for the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition at the Ferst Center for the Arts from 2016 to 2020. Voraciously active as a researcher and writer as well, he has contributed numerous articles to professional journals, in addition to authoring several conference papers and abstracts. He has co-authored such articles as “Sonic Interaction Design for Science Education” and “Strategies for Auditory Display of Social Media,” both of which were published in Ergonomics in Design, a renowned peer-reviewed journal, among other works. Moreover, he has served as a designer, an engineer, and a producer for several demonstration videos. A past member of the International Community for Auditory Display and an organizer of Women in Music Technology, he has accrued numerous accolades for his work over the course of his productive career. Such honors include the Sempre Conference Award from the Third International Conference of Music and Emotion, a Student Travel Award from the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology, a Doctoral Consortium Award from the National Science Foundation, and a Brain Award from IEEE.

Dr. Winters, who lives with attention-deficit hyperactive disorder and anxiety disorder, attributes much of his success to these traits, which he sometimes considers “superpowers” that distinguish him and have contributed to his growth as a thinker and researcher. Equipped with a Bachelor of Arts in music and physics from the College of Wooster, a Master of Arts in music technology from McGill University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in music technology from the Georgia Institute of Technology, he gravitated toward his eventual profession while a student. Based on visions he had in college, he ultimately found that sound was effective in communicating emotional information. Looking toward the future, he hopes to build on his research, obtain a team of fellow researchers and a lab, and inspire generations of students to understand his work and explore the potential he sees in technology.

Dr. Winters has been equally passionate about paying it forward through active involvement in various education-based groups and foundations, as well as food and housing shelters.

Daniel Paul Gallegos

Daniel Gallegos

Daniel Gallegos

Title: Assistant Project Leader

Company: Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery

Location: Pontotoc, Mississippi, United States

Education: MA, Project Management & Science, St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, 2020;

BA, Wildlife & Fishery Sciences, Eastern New Mexico University, 2017;

AA, General Science, Luna Community College, Las Vegas, NM, 2015

Career History: Assistant Project Leader, Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery, 2020-present;

Wildlife Firefighter;

Dexter Fish Hatchery, Southern New Mexico; other fisheries: Oklahoma, Idaho, South Dakota, Arizona, Wyoming, Tribal fish hatchery;

US Fish & Wildlife Service, Mora National Fish Hatchery, NM, 2012

Type of Business: Conservation

Daniel Paul Gallegos, Assistant Project Leader at the Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of conservation.

Mr. Gallegos became involved in his profession because of his first boss, Jeff Powell, who hired him right out of college at the Mora National Fish Hatchery. He was the project leader and inspired him to examine his course in life. Mr. Gallegos originally intended to teach special education but upon working at the hatchery with Mr. Powel, he was inspired to pursue a new dream. After earning an Associate of Arts in general science from Luna Community College in 2015, he continued his academic pursuits at Eastern New Mexico University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in wildlife and fishery sciences in 2017. In 2020, he received a Master of Arts in project management and science from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. These degrees, alongside the skills and expertise he has garnered from his mentor and work experience, have aided him in his current role as the Assistant Project Leader at the Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery. Prior to starting this role in 2020, Mr. Gallegos has worked as a wildlife firefighter, at the Dexter Fish Hatchery, with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at the Mora National Fish Hatchery and many other fisheries in the states of Oklahoma, Idaho, South Dakota, Arizona, Wyoming and tribal territories.

Looking toward the future, his goal is to become a project leader preferably in his hometown at Mora National Fish Hatchery or at Private John Allen Fish Hatchery. His appointment as assistant project leader recognizes him as one of the youngest in the country to hold this position. He has received such accolades as the Earliest Conservationist of the Year in the Southwest Region from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Survive in 2015 and the Outstanding Senior in Wildlife & Fishery Science from Eastern New Mexico University in 2016.

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