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Evans and Fitzpatrick Publish Research on Trinidadian Guppy Gut Microbiome in "Proceedings of the Royal Society B." Evans and Fitzpatrick Publish Research on Trinidadian Guppy Gut Microbiome in "Proceedings of the Royal Society B."

Sarah Evans and Sarah Fitzpatrick led a research team to study gut microbiomes in Trinidadian guppies. The results were published in the May 25 journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Making aerial wildlife surveys more reliable: Kayla Davis and Elise Zipkin research published in "Ecology and Evolution" Making aerial wildlife surveys more reliable: Kayla Davis and Elise Zipkin research published in "Ecology and Evolution"

IBIO doctoral student Kayla Davis and senior author Elise Zipkin's paper "Errors in aerial survey county data: Identifying pitfalls and solutions" was recently published in the journal Ecology and Evolution.

Evans's Lab Research Highlights Role of Dead Bacteria and Antibiotic Resistance in Soil Evans's Lab Research Highlights Role of Dead Bacteria and Antibiotic Resistance in Soil

Work by Sarah Evans and former doctoral student Heather Kittredge result in publication March 24 in the journal "Applied and Environmental Microbiology."

Andrew Thompson and Braasch Lab Unpack Genome Sequence from Rio Pearlfish Andrew Thompson and Braasch Lab Unpack Genome Sequence from Rio Pearlfish

Andrew Thompson of the Braasch Fish Evo Devo Geno Lab is lead author of a new report on Rio pearlfish genome sequence published February 21st in the journal G3: Genes/Genomes/Genetics, "Genome of the Rio Pearlfish."

Julia Ganz Honored with NSF Early CAREER Award Julia Ganz Honored with NSF Early CAREER Award

Julia Ganz received a NSF Early CAREER Faculty Award, one of NSF's most prestigious grants.

Boughman paper in "Ecology Letters" introduces new theoretical model on mate selection Boughman paper in "Ecology Letters" introduces new theoretical model on mate selection

IBIO's Janette Boughman co-authors a new paper published in Ecology Letters introducing a new theoretical model of mate selection, "The Ecological Stage."

Interdisciplinary Project Finds Groundwater Connection with Harmful Algae Blooms Interdisciplinary Project Finds Groundwater Connection with Harmful Algae Blooms

Elena Litchman and collaborators published research September 1 in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences describing their work in Gull Lake studying the sources of lake algae.

Mariah Meek and collaborators obtain grant to develop fish species ID tool Mariah Meek and collaborators obtain grant to develop fish species ID tool

IBIO's Mariah Meek and post-doc Nadya Mamoozadeh are part of a team chosen for a major NSF grant focusing on creating an app to reduce illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing.

Sam Ayebare Receives Fellowship from World Wildlife Fund to Further Biodiversity Research Sam Ayebare Receives Fellowship from World Wildlife Fund to Further Biodiversity Research

Sam Ayebare was awarded the Russell E. Train Fellowship for Aspiring University Faculty for Conservation to study research on mammals and birds in the Albertine Rift in Africa.