Shannon Gregory

Laboratory Supply Technician
Office: SCI E2012
Phone: 706-667-4570

About me

I graduated from Augusta University with a bachelor's in general biology concentrated in Ecology in 2014.  As a student I participated in undergraduate research by studying the effects of climate change on fiddler crab limb regeneration, tracking turtle hatchlings released into a local wetland, examined the maternal transfer of mercury in turtle hatchlings, and observed stress hormone fluctuations in tree frogs.

I went on to graduate from Clemson University in 2019 with a Master's of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology where I studied the occurrence of feminization of male blue crabs exposed to endocrine disruptors.

After graduation, I went on to work at Savannah River Ecology lab where I assisted on several projects including tracking the potential spread of Rabies in raccoons and opossums, the re-introduction of gopher tortoise hatchings into the wild as part of a head-start program, toxicology experiments among multiple generations of mosquitos, and examined the reproductive potential in wild boar populations in Japan following the Fukushima nuclear disaster.