This marks the first time a BioGrad has won the award since its inception! Read more about it here!
Her talk was entitled “Student-centered course design leverages creativity for effective, enhanced education.”
He will teach his own undergraduate course entitled “Methods in Computation Biology and Genomics” during the 2017-2018 academic year!!!
She will present her talk “A tale of two systems: captive studies of gut microbiota at the Duke Lemur Center and the National Zoo” on October 21st!
She will use the travel award to present her bamboo specialists research at the Comparative Nutrition Society Symposium in Puerto Rico from Aug 7-12!
He will use this award to study morphological variation in Microcebus griseorufus!
Her poster was entitled “50 Years of Integrative Biological and Conservation Research in Madagascar.”
Watch his talk entitled “Rates of Evolution Among Sperm Genes and Implications for Speciation in a Small Nocturnal Primate, genus Microcebus” here!