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Welcome to Alejandra Panzera, a visiting researcher from Universidad de Concepción, Chile. She is a PhD student working with Dr. Pedro Victoriano in the Laboratorio de Microevolución y Ecología de Vertebrados. She will be here for the next three months to learn … Continue reading
Four new undergraduate researchers have joined the lab! Welcome to Ricardo Sevilla, Sneha Krishnan, Abigail Tyrrell, and Gianni Aranoff. These four students are part of our new annual summer research internship program aimed at recruiting motivated undergraduates at early stages of their … Continue reading
Congratulations to Heidi Rockney! She was awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Heidi is going to graduate school at San Francisco State University this Fall to work with Dr. Vance Vredenburg on an amphibian conservation project.
An announcement of our new NSF grant was posted today at GenomeWeb. The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year, $671,000 grant to researchers studying biodiversity in West and Central Africa. The award will fund genomic approaches to discover the mechanisms … Continue reading
Postdoctoral researcher Rory Telemeco (Buckley Lab) recently visited the Columbia River Gorge. He found some interesting salamanders on the Oregon side, including Dunn’s Salamander (Plethodon dunni), a Cascade Torrent Salamander (Rhyacotriton cascadae), and a Larch Mountain Salamander (Plethodon larselli). He also ran across his … Continue reading