Corinna is a DVM-PhD student in the Comparative Biomedical Sciences program at the College of Veterinary Medicine in the University of Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia with her BSFR in Wildlife Sciences Pre-Veterinary Medicine. Her previous research projects focused on surveillance of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in amphibian species and co-infections of vector-borne pathogens in shelter dogs in the eastern United States. Corinna is now studying the comparative susceptibility of ophidiomycosis in wild snakes native to the southeastern United States and impacts of co-infections for her PhD dissertation. Corinna is co-advised by Drs. Nicole Nemeth and Christopher Cleveland.