Wunder Lab Exceling

Feb. 2, 2017

Michael Wunder, Associate Professor of Integrated Biology, is proud to announce the accomplishments of students in his lab: Colin Woolley , MS graduate from Wunder lab was recently hired as an ornithologist with Point Blue , a conservation science non-profit based in California. Ryan Parker , MS student in the...

Greene publishes with Bubak and Swallow

Dec. 1, 2016

Andrew Bubak (PhD student and winner of the Best Scientific Talk category at the recent 2016 Neuroscience Retreat), John Swallow (Professor and Chair of Integrative Biology), Michael Greene (Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director of Integrative Biology), and two colleagues at the University of South Dakota, recently published a paper...

Phiel on CRISPR at FRCC

Dec. 1, 2016

In October, Christopher Phiel , Assistant Professor of Integrative Biology, was invited by the Science Club at Front Range Community College to speak about CRISPR genome editing. Phiel teaches about CRISPR and similar techniques in his Introduction to Molecular Biology class, and has students perform their own CRISPR experiments in...

Tomback and Students Speak at Yellowstone Conference

Dec. 1, 2016

Diana F. Tomback , Professor and Associate Chair in Integrative Biology and Director of the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation, and her graduate students presented four oral presentations and a poster paper based on recent research in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem at The 13th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone...

Stith Speaks in Spain

Dec. 1, 2016

Brad Stith , Professor of Integrative Biology, gave two invited talks in Spain in late September-early October. The first was at the at the European Calcium Society (one platform and one poster) meeting which was hosted by the University of Valladolid. Stith's talk was on the discovery of a new...

Bruederle Publishes as Part of International Global Carex Group

Oct. 27, 2016

Leo P Bruederle, Associate Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology, has published two articles as part of the Global Carex Group (GCG), an international group of collaborators conducting research on one of the largest genera of flowering plants worldwide. "Making Carex monophyletic (Cyperaceae, tribe Cariceae): a new broader circumscription,"...

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