Jennifer Hellmann’s paper was just published in Animal Behaviour. Click here for a link to the paper and here for some publicity about it.
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Congratulations, Jenn! Link is here.
Mira worked with Colby to carry out a super cool undergrad distinction project. She found that male sticklebacks prioritize territory defense over courtship, and this decision-making is related to gene expression in the brain. Congratulations, Mira!
The Bell lab is looking for postdocs to work on genomic, molecular and/or neural mechanisms of paternal care in threespine sticklebacks. Candidates with experience in single cell transcriptomics, brain injections, functional manipulations, and/or viral-mediated delivery of transgenic constructs are especially encouraged to apply. A strong background in neurobiology, molecular biology, genomics, behavioral ecology and/or evolution …