News from the Laboratory

abs_logoA large laboratory contingent attended the Animal Behavior meeting in Burlington, Vermont. Susan, Justin and Matt presented papers. Rachel presented a poster with support from a Charles Henry Turner Award from the Animal Behavior Society. Katherine Shaw (visiting student scholar at Clark and Ph.D. student at the University of Connecticut, Storrs) and Jignasha were both present at the meeting as well.

Most stickleback folk are back in the lab. The exception is Anna Mazzarella (‘09) who is attending the Stanford University Stickleback Molecular Genetics course the first two weeks of July. All of her costs while at Stanford were covered by NIH funding, and her travel costs were covered by Clark University. Anna describes the course as “awesome.” Anna at Stanford, right.