Previous lab members
Monica Nguyen was a research assistant in 2014 and an undergraduate researcher from 2012-2013. With Amy Ortega and Kurt Nguyen, Monica studied how two invasive grass species responded evolutionarily to altered precipitation and soil nitrogen availability.
Hannah Inman was an undergraduate researcher from 2012-2014. With Kim Cyphers, she studied how leaf and soil traits influence litter decomposition.
Madison Hoffacker was an undergraduate researcher from 2010-2013. She studied the effectiveness of summer irrigation as a restoration
tool in invaded serpentine grassland. Her results will soon be published in Restoration Ecology.
Matt Bernhardt was an undergraduate researcher from 2011-2012. He conducted a survey of Weed Management Area chairs in California to determine the impact of state budget cuts on weed management. His results are published in Bioscience (Funk et al. 2013).
Kim Cyphers was an undergraduate researcher from 2008-2010. She studied how leaf and soil traits influence litter decomposition.
Lori Glenwinkel was a research technician in the lab from 2008-2010. She is currently pursuing
her PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology at Columbia University.
Ginny Zachary was a research technician in the lab from 2007-2008. She is currently pursuing a degree in nursing at CSU Los Angeles.