Mary-Elizabeth Miller (MEM)

Biology MS

Mary-Elizabeth Miller (MEM) is an M.S. student from Donalsonville, GA. MEM is completing her masters in Biology under the Biological Sciences Department. Her animal behavior research focuses on exploring the genotypic and neurobiological variations of habituation rates among the mangrove rivulus fish. MEM is a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a B.S. in Biology and minors in Neuroscience and Blount Liberal Arts with pre-medical and honors distinction. In addition to serving as the Vice President of Academic Affairs for the Graduate Student Association Executive Council, she serves as a Community Director for Tutwiler Hall and a Graduate Research Assistant for the Community Medicine and Population Health department. She volunteers for the Good Samaritan Clinic where she works on improving transportation services for patients. She aspires to be an OB/GYN to bring quality women’s healthcare to rural areas and advocate for reproductive rights and policies, particularly in the Southeast region of the U.S.