Zachary Oppler (3283)

This campaign ended on April 06, 2017, but you can still make a gift to William and Mary by clicking here!

The Genetic Basis for Social Phenotypes in S. Cerevisiae

Hometown: Potomac, Maryland

Department: Biology

Advisor: Helen Murphy

Microbes engage in numerous social behaviors, both within and between species, including cooperation and communication as well as the ability to form biofilms. In the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the Flo family of genes plays an extremely important role in the yeast's ability to engage in social behaviors. My honors thesis will further investigate the genetic basis of these social characteristics and get a better understanding of the diversity found in the Flo genes.

All William & Mary Honors Fellowships fundraising supports the Charles Center Honors Fellowships Fund. Direct support for individual undergraduate research projects is distributed by the Roy R. Charles Center for Academic Excellence

US Heat Map

Loading


Class Leaderboard

The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Alumni, Students, Parents
Class YearDonorsDollars
1988 1$50
2010 1$25
2011 1$50
2018 1$3


Donor affiliations


60% Alumni

Show Alumni


20% Students

Show Student


40% Friends

Show Friend

Donor list

Glenn Beamer
Kevin P Lonabaugh
Cory Chainsman
Anonymous
Daniel Speer
Anonymous

loading
An Anonymous Donor matched $253
No Challenges