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13 Feb Parasite Research and Fishing at Shenandoah University



Inspired by a Shenandoah University class and his professor’s doctoral research, biology and chemistry major Craig Hollander ’16, set out to study parasites in bluegill fish at the 195-acre Shenandoah River Campus at Cool Spring Battlefield. Through his grant-funded research, he has spent the summer fishing and counting parasites – thousands of them – to better understand the health of the fish and the bodies of water they live in at the pond-and-lake-peppered site, which is a former golf course along the Shenandoah River. The project allows Hollander to not only enjoy the outdoors, but also utilize the state-of-the-art facilities in the university’s Health & Life Sciences Building.

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