PhD student Ashley Heida wins travel award

PhD student Ashley Heida won a Biodesign Travel grant to present her research at the 2019 Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA in December!

Undergraduate Grace Morgan joins the lab

Biomedical Engineering major Grace Morgan recently joined the lab to assist in our systematic literature review of antimicrobial resistance in water and wastewater environments. Welcome to the group Grace!

BASIS Scottsdale student Aditya joins the lab

High school student Aditya Kuppravalli joined the lab this week from BASIS Scottsdale. Through an innovative internship program which allows seniors to spend 10 weeks interning at a location of their choice and developing a […]

Climate Change Theater Action @ASU

PhD student Ashley Heida participated in the 2019 Climate Change Theater Action program, organized by ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the Biodesign Institute. This was no small task as there were […]

Presentations at the Society for Risk Analysis 2019

Dr. Hamilton & Ashley Heida presented at the Society for Risk Analysis 2019 Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA on December 8-12, 2019. Dr. Hamilton presented on a systematic review of antimicrobial resistance in stormwater, highlighting […]

Ashley wins NSF-IRECCEE award for research in Cape Town!

PhD student Ashley Heida will be conducting research on microbial treatment technologies for harvested rainwater in the laboratory of Wesaal Khan at Stellenbosch University this Spring 2020 in Cape Town, South Africa! This will be […]

PhD student Sayalee Joshi attends 11-day QMRA workshop @OSU

PhD student Sayalee Joshi attended an 11-day intensive workshop at the Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA III) institute hosted by Dr. Mark Weir (Ohio State University) and Dr. Jade Mitchell (Michigan State University) this past […]

Hamilton lab @CSIRO, Australia

Dr. Hamilton and PhD student Sayalee Joshi visited the laboratory of Dr. Warish Ahmed in the Land and Water Division at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) for five weeks this past July. […]