Biological Science Lab Technician
April Stanley began working at USDA-ARS-NCAUR in 2003, where she has served as both a physical and biological science research technician. April received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in biology from Bradley University, and studied the evolutionary history of trichothecene-producing fungi & trichothecene biosynthetic loci for her Master’s thesis. Her research interests include microbiology, immunology, molecular phylogenetics, and phylogenomics. April joined the ARS NRRL Culture Collection in 2015, where her main focus is the preservation of the mold and yeast strain collections.
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