Nina Richtman

Photograph of Nina Richtman

Nina worked in the Bonning lab from 2006 to 2009 for her Masters degree in Microbiology. She worked on the physiological basis for increased infection of black cutworms with a baculovirus (Agrotis ipsilon multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus) following ingestion of a Bt toxin (Cry1Fa2). She left the lab for a position at DuPont Pioneer in Johnston, Iowa.

Nina's MS thesis: Physiological Impact of a Bacillus ThuringiensistToxin on the Black Cutworm that Enhances Baculovirus Pathogenicity.