Biology Undergrad Researcher
Will was a fourth year undergraduate student pursuing a double major in Biology and Cellular Biology with a premedical intent. His research was focusing on the study of jamming avoidance response in Eigenmannia. He was born in Rochester, New York, but then moved to Georgia when he was 2 and have lived here ever since. He was also the President of Rotaract at the University of Georgia. Aside from school, He enjoy backpacking, playing and writing music, wood working, sailing, and a number of other things. After his undergraduate career, he hope to attend medical school and one day become an emergency physician. William graduated in December 2016.
Will is currently in Wichita, Kansas, pursuing an aerospace engineering degree with a minor in math.