Q&A with genetics and cell biology student Carson Carruthers

Carson Carruthers has spent her time at WSU gaining valuable research and building relationships she hopes will help get her accepted into a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program after she graduates in May. Originally from Vancouver, Washington, Carson is a genetics and cellular biology major on the pre-veterinary track.

Meet our educators: Dr. Samantha Gizerian

Associate professor Samantha Gizerian was destined to be a physicist but fell in love with neuroscience, particularly the developing brain, along the way. Attracted to the collaborative academic atmosphere, Dr. Gizerian has been at Washington State University for 11 years. She teaches the first course (Neuroscience 105) and last course (Neuroscience 490) in WSU’s neuroscience […]

Meet our educators: Dr. Sarah Guess

Born into a Cougar family, Sarah Guess was destined to be a lifelong Coug. A Spokane native, Dr. Guess received both her undergraduate and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees at Washington State University. Dr. Guess went on to specialize in small animal internal medicine through the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Now she teaches […]

Q&A with neuroscience student Audrey Almeria

Raised in an Air Force family, Audrey Almeria has spent her life traveling and living all over the world, and she even graduated high school in Misawa, Japan. But she has found a home at Washington State University, where she is double majoring in psychology and neuroscience and will graduate this coming spring. When she leaves Pullman, Audrey hopes to attend medical school and pursue family medicine.