It was an incredible meeting in a beautiful setting!
Month: July 2022
Cassie Afseth, Jenn Hellmann and other lab members recently published a paper in Proc B showing that not only do stickleback attend to cues from their father, but fathers also attend to cues from their neighbors, resulting in vertical transmission of horizontally acquired cues of predation risk. The potential for simultaneous vertical and horizontal transmission …
Usan presented some of the lab’s latest work on developing viral mediated gene transfer methods for sticklebacks at a workshop on functional tools for non-traditional organisms AND presented a poster about shoaling methods and transgenesis of arginine vasopressin.
Kaith is an undergraduate participating in the PRECs program, which provides opportunities for community college students to get experience with research. We need to figure out how to measure mate preference in whites and commons! Kaith and other members of the lab are working on it.