Student Research


Alexis Hollander

Master's student Alexis Hollander holds a red-tailed hawk.

Alexis Hollander: Alexis is a master’s student from Portage, Wisconsin in Dr. Roger Mann’s lab.  Since entering the master’s program at VIMS, Alexis has gained experience collecting and processing quahog shells for age study. She has also begun imaging and aging surfclam shells as part of her thesis investigating the effects of climate change on surfclam distribution and growth rates.