“In our research we leverage several computing infrastructure solutions that I will describe. In addition, our lab practices Open Notebook Science. I will describe the practical aspects of how we accomplish this...Read More
This week began with Doug Immerman’s Thesis Defense Presentation Sablefish Sperm: The physiology of activation and the development of a cryopreservation protocol If you were not lucky enough to catch it, here is a...Read More
Mackenzie Gavery’s new paper on DNA methylation and gene expression in oysters is out in PeerJ. Abstract: Characterization of DNA methylation patterns in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, indicates that...Read More
Research in our lab focuses on characterizing physiological responses of marine organisms to environmental change. Using integrative approaches we strive to examine impacts and adaptive potential from the nucleotide to organismal level. A core component of this includes investigating the functional relationship of genetics, epigenetics, and transcription.
We practice open science with lab members maintaining online electronic lab notebooks. In addition we have developed a Data and Resource Sharing Plan and are in the process of providing a list of resources we use for open science. To learn more about what we are doing, be sure to view our weekly, live lab meetings on YouTube, follow us on Facebook, or check out one or more of our blogs.