A Day in the Life of Lauren Erland, PhD Student

Lauren Erland is a PhD candidate with the Gosling Research Institute for Plant Preservation (GRIPP) in the Department of Plant Agriculture. Her research works to better understand the mechanisms and functions of phyto (plant) chemicals called indoleamines in plant growth and development processes. Being a part of GRIPP provides Lauren with an amazing support network and lots of opportunity for collaboration with other students, postdocs and professors. Learn what a typical day is like for Lauren by clicking the arrows below.