Kaylee Herzog

Graduate Student
Graduate Research Assistant
Haworth Hall

Research interests: Ecology & evolution of the elasmobranch/cestode host/parasite system, Marine biology, Taxonomy & systematics


K. Herzog, R. Russell and F. Reyda. 2014. An examination of the morphological diversity within a new genus of tapeworm from stingrays (Class: Cestoda), Biological Field Station of Cooperstown, NY Annual Report #46

A. Yoo, K. Herzog and H. Waterfield. 2014. Aquatic invasive species present in Otsego County, NY water bodies, Biological Field Station of Cooperstown, NY Annual Report #46


B.Sc. in Biology (May 2014) - State University of New York College at Oneonta - Suma Cum Laude

M.Sc. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (Expected May 2016) - University of Kansas


“Description of a New Tapeworm Species from the Whitenose Whip Ray of Borneo”. Grant Proposal by K. Herzog, R. Russell and F. Reyda. Student Research Grant, Student Grant Program for Research and Creative Activity, SUNY Oneonta – awarded $1,808 (April 2013)

Professional Presentations: 

Oral Presentation: An Examination of Host Specificity Within a New Genus of Cestodes of Elasmobranchs (Cestoda: Rhinebothriidea). 2014K. Herzog (presenter), R. Russell and F. Reyda, American Society of Parasitologists 2014 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

Professional Societies: 

Member of the American Society of Parasitologists (ASP)