ALICIA DUNTON

ALICIA DUNTON

Student
Ph.D. Student
University of North Texas
AliciaDunton@my.unt.edu

Alicia Dunton is currently is doctoral student at the University of North Texas in the lab of Dr. Warren Burggren. She received her B.S. in Biology from Truman State University, and as an undergraduate, she examined the effects of copper on the development of the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis. Her current research looks at the behavioral, neurological, and neurovascular effects of crude oil and other PAHs from a molecular to systemic approach during different life stages of zebrafish.