Danielle Perryman, M.S.

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Why I Wander Through the Woods

As a child, I would always watch nature shows and poke interesting things with sticks. I was curious about nature, animals, plants, and all of their intricacies which made them unique. Fortunately for me, there is actually a career which lets me wander around outside and ask every question I have about the environment. I've come to love academia as it gives me the opportunity to explore and learn while also giving me the opportunity to help others get interested in a field I'm insanely passionate about. Through community service, research, and outreach I've shared my passion with other kids (and adults) who love to walk outside and poke at things. I look forward to spending the rest of my career continuing to do so.

 

My Career in Summary

Since elementary school I have pursued every opportunity to play with animals and learn about science I could find. I started out as a science aide at 10 years old then moved on to a science and engineering camp in junior high. In high school I was a leader in BioSITE, a program which let me teach kids from my elementary school about stream environments. In college I began to learn the techniques used to monitor and manage environments, which led to my graduate career where I've started to apply them.

 

Work Experience

Program Coordinator, STEMentors Silicon Valley

September 2017 - November 2018

Graduate Teaching Assistant

October 2016 - May 2017, August 2014 - May 2015

Bridge to the Doctorate Fellow

June 2015 - October 2016

 

Proficiencies

Animal Handling

Bird bleeding and morphometrics. Also experienced with husbandry of reptiles and mammals.

Conservation and Management Techniques

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Lab Techniques

CORT Assay (Pic) molecular stuff

Community Engagement

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Educational Experience

PhD Student, University of California, Berkeley

January 2019 - Present

M.S., Oklahoma State University

2014-2017

B.S., San Jose State University

2009-2013

 

Photographs

Cortecito Transect 3 Viewpoint
Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve
Beaches of Cabo Blanco
Cloud Forest
Sunset in Cabo Blanco Reserve
What a grand canyon, eh_
Cusuco National Park
Wittle weevil
Male Violet Sabrewing
Female Violet Sabrewing
Skies over New Mexico
This little bugger
Slate-colored Solitaire!
San Pedro Sula
The Nightingale Wren
Hike in the Bay Area
Cortecito Satellite Camp
White-throated Thrush
White-throated Thrush
We named him Kevin
 

Presentations

NEDx Talk

June 2007

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Neurogenetics Conference

August 2006

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Writing Workshop

September 2004

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"Do one thing everyday that scares you."

 

Contact Me

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©2018 by Danielle Clarís Perryman.

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