Kimberly Fake

Kimberly Fake

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Major Advisor: Jennifer Owen

Biography: Kimberly Fake is interested in disease ecology, ecoimmunology, and one health. In 2010, she graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, with a B.S. in Animal Science. From 2011-2015, she performed research on the in vivo effects of DNA alkylating agents in the Samson Lab at MIT. Also during this time, she completed a second B.S. degree in Environmental Science with a concentration in Fish and Wildlife Management at American Public University. As a member of the Avian Health and Disease Ecology Lab here at MSU, she is exploring how diet influences immune function and West Nile virus resistance of American robins. 

Affiliated PageAvian Disease and Ecology Lab

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