Erin Seablom

Erin Seablom
Observation of the possible evolution of early life-like autocatalytic systems on mineral surfaces.

Years at WID

2017 - present


Erin Seablom was born and grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She is currently a sophomore at UW-Madison and is majoring in genetics, as well as minoring in environmental studies. Some of her non-academic hobbies include reading, playing violin, and learning Spanish.


Undergraduate, Genetics, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Research Description

In the observation of life-like autocatalytic systems, my research will include measuring UV-Vis absorbance spectra of generational vial samples to determine if any quantitative changes have occurred. Analysis of these changes could suggest a form of evolutionary selection taking place within the system.