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Shagun Jindal


Shagun is a 4th year undergraduate student at McMaster University. She is in the Life Sciences Co-op Program.  Shagun joined the ABEL lab in May 2013.  In 2013 she conducted sediment analysis for the Round Goby Diet Study and was co-supervised by Susan Marsh-Rollo.  In 2014  Shagun worked alongside Connie O'Connor to quantify the predation responses of Neolamprologus puncher and Aneesh Bose to do DNA extraction for paternity analyses.  This year Shagun is back to do her undergraduate thesis in ABEL.  She is working on cannibalism as a reproductive strategy for take-over males in Tanganyikan cichlids.