Undergraduate student pursuing a B.S. in geological sciences & geospatial technology at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Conducts environmental fieldwork and laboratory work as a research assistant. Researches closely with Dr. Helena Solo-Gabriele, Associate Dean of Research at the department of Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering. Currently interested in: microbial water quality after hurricanes, soils, and particle size characterization techniques.

Olusola Ogunseye is a Graduate Research Assistant and PhD student in Environmental Health Sciences at Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona. He holds BSc in Biochemistry from Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and MPH in Environmental Health from University of Ibadan, both in Nigeria. His research interests include
air pollution & exposure assessment, occupational health and statistical modeling. His current research focuses on modeling soil/dust ingestion among young children and statewide COVID-19 survey in Arizona.

Jenna Honan is a Research Specialist and Environmental Health Sciences PhD student in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona. Her interests include contaminant fate and transport in the environment, ecological restoration, community-engaged research, policy development, ecotoxicology, and statistical modeling. For her MS in Environmental Sciences, she completed a groundwater modeling project that considered the fate and transport of heavy metals in the subsurface from a release of wastewater effluent into a river near the Mexico-US border. Her current research focuses on environmental and occupational exposures, including VOCs in beauty salons and autobody shops, pesticides on and near agricultural sites, and metals near mining operations, always with the goal of helping prevent long-term negative health outcomes that likely follow such exposures. She is a first-generation student from rural Arizona, which brings a distinctive perspective to her studies.

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Collette Thomas is an undergraduate research assistant at the University of Miami studying Biomedical Engineering with an Electrical concentration. She is currently working on the SARS Cov-2 Wastewater Surveillance project lead by  Dr. Helena Solo-Gabriele, Associate Dean of Research at the department of Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering. Additionally, she is also working under Dr. Helena Solo-Gabriele’s team for analysis of dust/soil ingestion for children within their homes across various environments where they spend time.  

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