Elizabeth Riegelman

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Environmental Science

Elizabeth is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Wang Laboratory. She is studying the therapeutic effects of tea catechins on the gut microbiome and metabolome, and the potential contribution to the efficacy of neuroprotection against Parkinson’s Disease.

  • Georgia Southern University, 2018, BS Biology
  • Georgia Southern University, 2020, MPH Environmental Health
  • Georgia Environmental Health Association
  • Delta Omega Public Health Honors Society
  • Society of Toxicology
  • SciREN (Science Research and Education Network)
  • President, Environmental Health Science Graduate Student Association