Ian R. Wright
- Email: iwright1 at lion dot lmu dot edu
- LMU Address (currently inactive): 1 LMU Drive MSB 6977 Los Angeles, CA 90045
- Other snail mail: LMU Department of Biology
- Class of 2021
Upper Division Courses and Labs
- Principles of Ecology
- Plant Development
- Plant Physiology
- Plant Biotechnology
- Environmental Microbiology
- World Vegetation Ecology
- Biostatistical Analysis
- GIS Research
- Bioinformatics Laboratory
- Principles of Ecology Lab
- Plant Development Lab
- Plant Physiology Lab
Career Interests and Goals
- Agricultural school
- Restoration ecology
- Retirement onto wine property
Center for Urban Resilience
Ballona Freshwater Marsh Mosquito Larval Monitoring
- Mentors: Dr. John Dorsey, Dr. Eric Strauss, Dr. Michelle Romolini
- Monitored larval populations in Ballona Freshwater Marsh
- White (unreviewed) paper publication for abatement management practices
- Various guest lectures in LMU classes/labs
Venice Beach Least Tern Predator Abatement
- Mentor: Dr. Peter Auger
- Quantified resident/transient crow populations
- Monitored Least Tern nesting
- Presentation at 2019 LMU Undergraduate Research Symposium
Culver City Coyote Prey Assessment
- Mentor: Dr. Melinda Weaver
- Collect, prepare, and analyze scat samples for prey identification
Arden Park Lifeguard
- Arden Park Parks and Rec
- Lifeguard and Youth Swim Instructor
CURes Research Assistant
- Center for Urban Resilience
- Apprenticeships on various research projects
- 2019/20 Summer Environmental Science
- Professors: Maria Curley and Dr. Peter Auger
- 2020 Principles of Ecology Lab
- Professor: Dr. Matt O'Niell
Personal Interests and Hobbies
- LCD SoundSystem
- Grateful Dead
- Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back
- Fantastic Mr. Fox
- The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
- Fly Fishing
- Bass Guitar and Synthesizers
- Electronics Repair/Soldering
- Bicycle Repair
Favorite Aspect of Biology
My favorite aspect of biology is its interconnectedness. I also love being able to explore past research outside of classes. Click the link to see one of my favorite papers on Tricotyly by Robert Guess. Robert_Guess_1975.pdf
Favorite Aspect of Computer Science
I like learning how to use computer programs that are applicable to my field. I also really enjoy making maps and editing photographs.
Ian Wright's Bioinformatics Portfolio
Individual Journal Entries
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- Ian R. Wright Week 7
- Therapeutic Target Database (TTD) Review
- Ian R. Wright Week 9
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- Ian R. Wright Week 11
- The D614G Research Group Week 12
- Ian R. Wright Week 14
- The D614G Research Group Week 14
- I worked with User:Kam_Taghizadeh on creating this user page. Our collaboration included discussion over what was required content for the user page.
- I took inspiration from Aiden L. Burnett's user page. Most notably, the video thumbs.
- Help in linking and formatting images came from Help:Images on MediaWiki. Syntax was copied and modified to fit situation.
- Instructions for the content of this user page were found at BIOL368/F20:Week 1.
- Introduction to platform and educational material regarding syntax and style provided by User:Kam D. Dahlquist via zoom lecture.
- Except for what is noted above, this individual journal entry was completed by me and not copied from another source.
- Guess, R. E. (1975). A genetic study of tricotyly in Haplopappus gracilis (Doctoral dissertation, Texas Tech University).
- Denning, P. J. (2008). The profession of IT Voices of computing. Communications of the ACM, 51(8), 19-21.
- Denning, P. J. (2007). Computing is a natural science. Communications of the ACM, 50(7), 13-18.
- Janovy, J. (1996). On becoming a biologist. U of Nebraska Press.
- BIOL368/F20:Week 1