User:Anthony J. Wavrin

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Anthony J. Wavrin (an artistic interpretation)
Anthony J. Wavrin (an artistic interpretation)
  • Anthony J. Wavrin
  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Email me
  • Campus Address: LMU B-7312


  • Majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University
  • Expected graduation date, May 2013

Previous Coursework


  • General Physiology (and Lab)
  • Immmunology
  • Vertebrate Field Biology (and Lab)
  • Island Biology
  • Microbiology (and Lab)
  • Plant Physiology


  • Biochemistry (and Lab)
  • Advanced Chemistry topics: Nanotechnology


  • Linear Algebra

BIOL398: Biomathematical Modeling

What are my career interests and goals?

  • I have always an interest in entering the medical field, more specifically, as a physician. I currently have plans of attending medical school beginning fall of 2013 with aspirations of both practicing and conducting research.

What is my favorite aspect of Biology?

  • My favorite aspect of biology is the intricate systems that exist and the ability for them to be maintained. This includes both macroscopically, such as in ecosystems, and microscopically, such as with in a cell. This has led me to become very interested in physiology.

What is my favorite aspect of Math?

  • My favorite aspect of Math is that there are typically multiple ways to approach and attempt to solve a solution but, all of the techniques point towards the same result/answer.


I have been working in a Drosophila melanogaster genetics lab for the past three years. My research project is using D. melanogaster as a model organism for Alzheimer's disease.

Drosophila melanogaster genetics lab facebook page

Conferences attended

  1. LMU Undergraduate symposium. Los Angeles, CA (twice)
  2. West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference. Tacoma, WA and Los Angeles, CA
  3. Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research. Walnut, CA and Camarillo, CA



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