Sarah Tominack, M.S.

Graduate Research Assistant
Role
Students
Project Title
Physical, Chemical, and Biological Factors Influencing Karenia brevis Bloom Dynamics in a South Texas Bay (Corpus Christi Bay)
Expected Graduation Year
2019
Education
M.S. Biology, University of West Florida (2014)
B.A. Environmental Biology, University of North Alabama (2011)

Sarah Tominack is a Ph.D. candidate in the Marine Biology program working with Dr. Michael Wetz.  Sarah’s dissertation research is focused on the harmful red tide-causing organism, Karenia brevis, and the environmental conditions that support red tide formation and duration.  Prior to joining Dr. Wetz’s lab, Sarah earned her M.S. from The University of West Florida where she studied the distribution of Archaea in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico as part of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative funded Deep-C research consortium.  Sarah received her B.A. in Environmental Biology from the University of North Alabama, with a double minor in Chemistry and Spanish.