Paul Gonzalez publishes in Current Biology!

Paul Gonzalez, Kevin R. Uhlinger, and Chris Lowe have published some fantastic new work in Current Biology: “The Adult Body Plan of Indirect Developing Hemichordates Develops by Adding a Hox-Patterned Trunk to an Anterior Larval Territory.” Read this great press release by Stanford University here: Worm larva is like a swimming head

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Paul Gonzalez Receives Outstanding Achievement Award

Congratulations to Paul Gonzales, recipient of the Hopkins Marine Station Graduate Student Outstanding Achievement Award! Paul and Noah Rose (from the Palumbi Lab) received this award for outstanding research carried out while being students at Hopkins. Read a little bit of what Paul’s been working on here: http://hopkinsmarinestation.stanford.edu/news/evolution-larval-body-plans

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Welcoming New Lab Members- Summer 2016

The Lowe Lab is excited to announce the arrival of 4 new members! José Andrade Lopez and Paul Bump are new graduate students starting in the lab, José is interested in the evolution of the nervous system and Paul wants to better understand the molecular underpinnings of regeneration. The lab is also joined this summer by two […]

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Nat Clarke received one of the 2015 Myer’s Trust Awards to develop a new transcriptome in Sarsia

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 […]

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