3rd year graduate student, Biological Engineering, Alm Lab
Isaac is a Biological Engineering graduate student in the Alm lab. He is currently working on tracking down bacteria in the chicken microbiome that will help them grow better, faster, and stronger. As an undergraduate at the University of Iowa, he studied microbiology, biochemistry, and a bit of Russian. In 2014, he spent a year in Ukraine researching post-Soviet circus as a Fulbright Fellow. In his spare time, he enjoys juggling, language learning, and trying to teach himself statistics in a way that isn’t complete drudgery.