Rodrigo Rivero is a research master’s student in the Carlson Lab. He joined the lab in August of 2017 after finishing his bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Florida. With the goal of finding the intersection of his interests in biology/ecology and computer programming, which he developed as part of the Sessa Lab. Rodrigo spends most of his time in front of a terminal window in his computer, or reading a book on his iPad. Outside of work he records music, podcasts and makes his own kombucha. His CV is available here, and some of his non-work related projects can be found at rodrigo.coffee.