Yige Luo, a recent graduate of Peking University, joins our lab and the PBG Graduate Group in September 2015. Yige has done some great work on the pheromones of a very unusual fly species.
More about Ammon’s work on the evolution of electrical organs in fish here: https://ammonthompson.wordpress.com/cv/
Ammon is joining our lab as a postdoc in September 2015.
Zach Farrow, a BMCDB graduate student, joins the lab. Zach’s previous background is in visual system development in mice.
This well-deserved award will help Gavin examine the convergent evolution of regulatory sequences that control sexually dimorphic traits. Congratulations!
Mark the date – Sunday January 11. There’s been plenty of rain on the coast so far, so we have reasons to be optimistic about the harvest!