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Alyssa Magliaro

Alyssa Magliaro

Case Western Reserve University

  • Systems Biology and Applied Mathematics

Alyssa is an aspiring wildlife biologist who hopes to increase awareness of the important roles frequently overlooked organisms have in their ecosystems through her research, art, and public outreach. Specifically, she seeks to use her skills in painting as an avenue by which she can convey urgent and important messages within conservation. As for her research goals, she is aiming to use mathematical modeling to predict and avoid population decline across a multitude of organisms. She wishes to make science more accessible by continuing and finding new ways to express critical concepts within conservation to the public.

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