Caitlin Rumrill

caitlin

MS Student, University of Georgia
Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
Odum School of Ecology
rumrill(at)srel.uga.edu

Education

B.A. - Biology, Colby College, 2008
M.S. - Ecology, Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia, 2015


Research Interests

I recently finished my Master's in the Odum School of Ecology at UGA studying amphibian ecotoxicology. My research focused on the chronic effects of environmental stressor exposure in southern toads from source populations with differing contamination histories.

For my CV please click here.

Honors and Awards

Graduate Assistantship, University of Georgia, 2013

Lederman Student Research Fellowship, 2006

Professional Affiliations

  • The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
  • Association of Southeastern Biologists

Publications

  • Rumrill CT, Scott DE, and SL Lance. Larval and post-metamorphic consequences of aquatic stressors in southern toads (Anaxyrus terrestris). In prep for Functional Ecology.
  • Rumrill CT, Flynn RW, Scott DE, and SL Lance. Effects of copper and hydroperiod length on larval and juvenile southern toads (Anaxyrus terrestris). In prep for Environmental Pollution.

Presentations

  • Rumrill CT, Bringolf R, Davis A, and SL Lance. 2015. Larval and post-metamorphic consequences of aquatic stressors in southern toads (Anaxyrus terrestris). Master’s Defense. Odum School of Ecology, Athens, GA. (Platform)
  • Rumrill CT, Scott DE, Lance SL. 2015. The chronic effects of larval exposure to multiple stressors in southern toads, Anaxyrus terrestris. Association of Southeastern Biologists. Chattanooga, TN. (Platform)
  • Rumrill CT, Scott DE, Lance SL. 2015. The chronic effects of larval exposure to multiple stressors in southern toads, Anaxyrus terrestris. Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference. Athens, GA. (Platform)
  • Rumrill CT, Scott DE, Lance SL. 2015. The chronic effects of larval exposure to multiple stressors in southern toads, Anaxyrus terrestris. Odum School of Ecology Graduate Research Symposium. Athens, GA. (Platform) *
  • Rumrill CT, Scott DE, Lance SL. 2014. Latent and transgenerational effects of heavy exposure in cane toads, Rhinella marina. Odum School of Ecology Graduate Research Symposium, Rapid Fire Session. Athens, GA. (Platform)
  • Rumrill CT, Flynn RW, Scott DE, Lance SL. 2014. Latent effects of multiple stressors on southern toads, Anaxyrus terrestris. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Austin, TX. (Poster)
  • Fuller S, Rumrill C. 2007.Using Genetic Analysis to Track the Spread of Tick-Borne Diseases in Maine. Colby College Undergraduate Research Symposium. Waterville, ME. (Poster)


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