University of Georgia
Room PO Drawer E., Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
Aiken, SC 29802
Office: (803) 725-6328
Lab: (803) 725-7471
Dr. Parrott has a joint appointment at the Savannah River Ecology Lab and the Odum School of Ecology.
2005 (University of North Carolina—Wilmington): B.S. in Biology
2011 (University of Georgia): Ph.D. in Cellular Biology
2015 (Medical University of South Carolina & Hollings Marine Laboratory) Postdoctoral Scholar, Marine Biomedicine and Environmental Sciences Program, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
We are broadly interested in questions of environmental health. How does the environment experienced by a developing embryo influence health outcomes later in life? Are these interactions adaptive or disruptive? What are the mechanisms? What are the consequences at the individual, population, and ecosystem levels? We are also pursuing projects that examine how environmental quality influences fundamental processes of biological aging. What are the mechanisms by which factors like exposures to contaminants influence aging trajectories? Much of our active research is focused on addressing these questions in environmental models and humans. Check out our website which is updated more frequently.