Congrats to Paul for the fellowship to study the evolution of cis-regulation in the evolution of deuterostome brains.
Paul did a fantastic job of defending his thesis and has clearly established Schizocardium californicum as a promising new model for hemichordate biology.
We just completed the first hemichordate meeting at Hopkins gathering together an international group of scientists . It was a really successful few days.
Come join us for the first International Hemichordate meeting at Hopkins December 9-11 2016.
KQED focus on sea urchin development out with help from Kevin, Nat and Jason Hodin. https://ww2.kqed.org/science/2016/08/23/sea-urchins-pull-themselves-inside-out-to-be-reborn/
An internationally recognized expert on foraminifera, Earl H. Myers was the first to demonstrated alternation of generations in this group of organisms using time lapse photography. His wife, Ethel, assisted Earl with his research studies throughout the world. Ethel desired that his work be remembered in a lasting way by establishing a trust in their […]