New paper & graduation
Avery Grant has a new paper in GCE from her Master's on hormone levels across space and time. A huge congratulations to this year's graduating seniors, who are missing a proper celebration of their achievements, honor's thesis defenses, and family gatherings. We are so proud of you!
New paper published
We published a new paper in Proceedings of the Royal Society B showing that both genetic and plastic components are important for the development of the glucocorticoid phenotype. Urban phenotypes are both a result of genetic and foster environments. Thanks to previous lab members Scott Davies and Crystal Munguia.
Valentina Alaasam was just awarded the NSF GRFP! Avery Grant successfully defended her masters thesis! Jen Heppner received the Edwards fellowship. Paul Macaballug graduated with distinction, awarded NURA and Tri Beta. Kelsey Kjer received the Moose Award and Mickey Negash, a McNair scholar, was awarded the NURA.
ALAN in the news
Jenny and Davide Dominoni recently co-organized a symposium at SICB in San Francisco, CA on behavioral and physiological adaptations to urban environments. With a great line-up of speakers, this symposium was featured in Science and Science News. We also recently published a review in JEB about artificial light and hormonal mechanisms.
Valentina Alaasam won the three minute thesis competition for her public talk on light pollution and stress. Her recent paper has just been published in the J of Exp Zool. Also, a huge congratulation to our graduating seniors! Jeanette Liou was named Westfall Scholar 2018. You can read where our amazing seniors are headed here.