Emily Nicole Ostrow

Doctoral Aspirant
Primary office:
Dyche Hall


Summary

Advisor: Rob Moyle
Research Interests: Avian phylogenomics, avian parasites, biogeography
Hometown: Ambler, PA


Education:

  • BS in Environmental Science, Drexel University
  • MS in Environmental Science, Drexel University

Presentations:

  • E. N. Ostrow, J. D. Weckstein. New World Toucans and Barbets: Understanding the Biogeographic History of the Neotropics. Masters Thesis Defense. Philadelphia, PA. June 2018
  • E. N. Ostrow, B. D. Marks, D. E. Willard, J. D. Weckstein. Birds as potential vectors of Borrelia. Week of Undergraduate Excellence. Philadelphia, PA. May 2017
  • E. N. Ostrow, B. D. Marks, D. E. Willard, J. D. Weckstein. Birds as potential vectors of Borrelia. National Undergraduate Research Conference. Memphis, TN. April 2017
  • E. N. Ostrow, B. D. Marks, D. E. Willard, J. D. Weckstein. Birds as potential vectors of Borrelia. Fall Field Experience. Barnegat NJ. September 2016
  • E. N. Ostrow, B. D. Marks, D. E. Willard, J. D. Weckstein. Birds as potential vectors of Borrelia. North American Ornithological Conference. Washington, DC. August 2016
  • E. N. Ostrow, J. D. Weckstein. Birds as potential vectors of Borrelia. Nerd Night. Philadelphia, PA. July 2016
  • E. N. Ostrow, J. D. Weckstein. Birds as potential vectors of Borrelia. Drexel University BEES Department Research Day. Philadelphia, PA. March 2016

Poster Presentations:

  • E. N. Ostrow, J. Wnek, W. F. Bien. Hatchling and juvenile diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) prey availability in two marshes in the Barnegat bay ecosystem. Colonial Academic Alliance. Philadelphia, PA March 2015
  • E. N. Ostrow, J. Wnek, W. F. Bien. Hatchling and juvenile diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) prey availability in two marshes in the Barnegat bay ecosystem. National Collegiate Research Conference. Cambridge, MA. January 2015
  • E. N. Ostrow, M. E. Smith, J. Wnek, W. F. Bien. Hatchling and juvenile diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) prey availability in two marshes in the Barnegat bay ecosystem. STAR Scholar Showcase. Philadelphia, PA. August 2014

Fellowships, Awards, and Honors:

  • E. N. Ostrow. Graduate Research Fellowship. National Science Foundation. $138,000. 5 years. 2018-2022.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Fulbright Scholarship Semi-Finalist/Alternate. US Department of State. April 2018.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship Honorable Mention. Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation. Spring 2017.
  • E. N. Ostrow. NAOC Travel Award. Cooper Ornithological Society. $75. August 2016.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Arcadia Foundation Scholarship. Arcadia Foundation. $3,000. August 2015.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Marion Espenschade Endowed Scholarship. Drexel Bees Department. $500. May 2015.
  • E. N. Ostrow. AJ Drexel Scholarship. Drexel University. $110,000. 5 years. 2013- 2018.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Drexel University FIRST Robotics Scholarship. Drexel University. $40,000. 5 years. 2013- 2018.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Drexel University Family Scholarship. Drexel University. $15,000. 5 years. 2013- 2018.
  • E. N. Ostrow. Drexel University Legacy Scholarship. Drexel University. $15,000. 5 years. 2013- 2018.

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