Undergraduate Research Assistant
University of North Texas
Srivennela’s interest for biology research strongly stems from her passion for the medical field, as she hopes to devote her life and career towards medicine and its growing industry. She believes that research can not only allow her to understand practical applications of the real world, but also provide her with the experience to make her own inquiries within the field. Srivennela’s current research involves counting the heartbeats of Gulf killifish Fundulus grandis embryos and analyzing the various effect within different temperature ranges of these fish.