I conducted my undergraduate thesis in the Specht Lab at Cornell University, analyzing phylogenetic and geographic patterns of leaflet anatomy in the cycad genus Zamia.
After undergrad, I stayed at Cornell as a research assistant studying the hormonal and anatomical basis for twining movements in woody vines with Dr. Joyce Onyenedum (nee Chery).
Chery, J.G., Glos, R.A.E., Anderson, C.T.
New Phytologist 233(1), 126-131, 2022/1
Glos, R.A.E., Salzman, S., Calonje, M. et al.
Image: transverse section of a bean internode stained with safranin and astra blue.