Shannon Gregory is a Masters candidate at Clemson University studying Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. Her undergraduate work examined the impacts of ocean acidification on fiddler crab limb regeneration. As a graduate student she has been examining vitellogenin production in male blue crabs as a bio-indicator of exposure to endocrine disrupting compounds. Shannon is currently a research technician at the Savannah River Ecology Lab where she is assisting with a raccoon translocation experiment and a transgenerational mosquito study examining pesticide and metal exposure. Following graduation this spring, Shannon hopes to embark on a career in research and public outreach.