Graduate Education

An early start on doctorate research

Now in her second year of the Department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience’s doctorate program in neuroscience, Kyra Parker is working on identifying neuronal signaling pathways that are involved in neurodevelopment and how exercise can influence the pathways.

Q&A with professional master’s student Laura Winder

Laura Winder grew up right here in Pullman and completed her Bachelor of Science in chemistry education at Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2006. Now, she’s right back in Pullman pursuing her Professional Science Master’s degree in the WSU’s School Molecular Biosciences. She hopes to teach AP and dual-enrollment courses at the high school level. What are some […]

Tomorrow’s Scientists: Savannah Sanchez

Savannah Sanchez has a bright future in microbiology, but only a handful of years ago she was contemplating a career in professional motocross. Now a senior doctoral student in the lab of Dr. Anders Omsland in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at Washington State University, Savannah was just 16 years old when she […]