Undergraduate Research


The LEAP is always in need of good undergraduate help for a multitude of different kinds of physiology projects. Previous undergraduates have helped with projects related to seal scat hormone analysis, whale earplug research, fish operculum hormone analysis, and fish morphology data gathering.

Undergraduates interested in working in the Trumble Lab, as a volunteer or for research credits, should contact Dr. Trumble. Please provide a short description of yourself, why you’d like to work with us, and a copy of your resume.


Undergraduate LEAP Alum, Vivian Young, having a blast in the lab.

Undergraduate LEAP Alum, Amanda Thomas, presenting her research at the B-TRUE summer poster session.

LEAP Undergraduate Alum, Amanda Thomas, measuring out whale earwax.