Xylo Lazrinth, Wilson Lab

My name is Xylo (they/them) and I’m a rising junior at Brooklyn College, double majoring in Biology and Philosophy with a concentration in medical ethics. I currently work as an undergraduate researcher in the Forlano Lab investigating the impact of anthropogenic noise on the calling behavior of oyster toadfish and am particularly interested in studying how the behavior of marine organisms is impacted by human-led activities. In my free time, I enjoy making PowerPoint presentations of my niche interests, journaling, and engaging in mild tomfoolery. I’m excited to be part of the BUEE program this summer and study reproductive behavior in northern pipefish with Dr. Wilson.