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600 Riverbend Pkwy Apt C3 – Athens, GA 30605 EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, Athens, GA
GPA: 3.90, GRE 1300
Relevant Coursework: Life History Evolution; Plant Reproductive and Physiological Ecology;
Experimental Design; Molecular Phylogenetics; Advanced Evolutionary Genetics; Quantitative
Ecotoxicology

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
, Athens, GA
Major: Biology Minor: Environmental Health Science
GPA: 3.44

Previous undergraduate study

Medical College of Georgia, School of Nursing, Athens, GA
Macon State College, Macon, GA
Mercer University, Macon, GA
PUBLICATIONS
Goolsby EW, Mason CM, Jordan AM, Wojcik AM, Black MC. In press. “Acute and chronic effects
of diphenhydramine and sertraline in Ceriodaphnia dubia.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.  Donovan LA, Mason CM, Bowsher AW, Goolsby EW, Ishibashi CD. In press. “Ecological and
evolutionary lability of plant traits affecting carbon and nutrient cycling.” Journal of Ecology.  Milton EF, Goolsby EW, Donovan LA. In press. Cultivated Helianthus annuus differs from two wild
relatives in germination response to simulated drought stress. Helia. POPULAR PRESS
Goolsby EW. 2013. NextGenVoices Results. Science. 4 January 2013. Vol. 339 No. 6115. Published
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Goolsby EW, Shefferson RP. June 2013. “Evolution of metal hyperaccumulation in vascular plants.”
Oral presentation. Evolution 2013.
Goolsby EW, Mason CM, Jordan AM, Wojcik AM, Black MC. November 2011. “Interactive effects
of diphenhydramine and sertraline in Ceriodaphnia dubia.” Poster. Society of Environmental
Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) North America 32nd Annual Meeting
.
Goolsby EW, Mason CM, Jordan AM, Wojcik AM, Black MC. November 2011. “Interactive effects
of diphenhydramine and sertraline in Ceriodaphnia dubia.” Poster. Southeastern Population
Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics (SEPEEG) 2011
.
RESEARCH FUNDING
 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Dr. Richard Shefferson, Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia
 Independent research on the evolutionary ecology of metal tolerance and accumulation in
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Dr. Debra Mohnen, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Georgia
 Analyzed biosynthetic pathways and recalcitrance of secondary cell wall polysaccharides in Populus trichocarpa and Arabidopsis thaliana using various biochemical, molecular, and bioinformatics techniques
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Dr. Marsha Black, Department of Environmental Health Science, University of Georgia
 Maintained stocks of Ceriodaphnia dubia and Pimephales promelas (fathead minnows)  Assisted with experiments on acute and chronic toxicity of carbon nanotubes on Ceriodaphnia dubia and Pimephales promelas  Trained undergraduate researchers in basic laboratory protocol and experimental procedure  Designed and carried out independent research project assessing the acute toxicity of combined pharmaceuticals in Ceriodaphnia dubia
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Chase Mason, Donovan Lab, Department of Plant Biology, University of Georgia
 Conducted field work and assisted with the location and identification of wild sunflower populations from herbarium and other records. Collected seeds, soil samples, and leaf tissue for greenhouse studies, soil analysis, and study in a population genetics project TEACHING AND MENTORING
GUEST LECTURER (Spring 2013). Dr. Anne Marie Zimeri, Department of Environmental Health
Science, University of Georgia. Course title: Genetic Applications in Environmental Health Science
(EHSC 4700/6700). Taught three lectures to an undergraduate/graduate course on the following
topics: (1) Introduction to bioremediation, (2) Evolutionary history of putative metal tolerance and
accumulation genes, and (3) Physiology of oil degradation in soil bacteria.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH MENTOR (Spring 2013 – Present). Odum School of Ecology,
University of Georgia. Mentored three undergraduate students on independent research projects involving metal hyperaccumulation in Helianthus and Amaranthus.  UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP MENTOR (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012). Department of Environmental
Health Science, University of Georgia. Mentored two undergraduate students on research involving pharmaceutical toxicology in Ceriodaphnia dubia for internship projects.  RESEARCH: Atomic absorption spectroscopy, quantitative real-time PCR, primer design, plant
cultivation, microbiological culturing, bacterial staining and microscope slide preparation, Ceriodaphnia dubia and Pimephales promelas care, radiation safety, hazardous waste disposal  COMPUTER: R, SAS, C++, Java, SigmaPlot, Geneious, Mesquite, SeaView, Microsoft Excel,
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE AWARD, Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, GA PHI ETA SIGMA NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP, Mercer University Chapter PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP (5 years full tuition support), Mercer University HOPE SCHOLARSHIP (4 years full tuition support), University System of Georgia ACTIVITIES
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
Athens Regional Medical Center
, Athens, GA
Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, GA
 Under the direction of the pharmacist, prepared unit dose and IV prescription medications, prepared compound prescription medications, delivered prescription medications throughout the hospital, and serviced and maintained electronic medication dispenser
PRESIDENT
Association of Nursing Students, Medical College of Georgia, School of Nursing, Athens, GA
 Presided over meetings, worked with treasurer to oversee budget, coordinated nursing career fair, represented school at 2008 Georgia Association of Nursing Students state convention

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