EEOB Graduate Student, Ryan McCarthy, and Visiting Assistant Professor, Natasha Woods, traveled to the Colorado Desert in Joshua Tree National Park in California to study a rare superbloom. Recent heavy rainfall filled the drought-ridden area with blooming spring wildflowers.
EEOB Assistant Professor, Zakee Sabree, and his lab recently received an NSF award for their work on the following: Bacteria-mediated gut development and symbiont genome evolution in a model invertebrate.
The Goodell lab is hiring multiple undergraduates for 2 funded projects; one to assess trade-offs between pest control and pollinator health in pumpkins and squash (USDA) and the other to survey bumble bees in Ohio (ODOT). See attached job descriptions below.
Natasha Woods, a Visiting Assistant Professor in EEOB, was selected as an awardee in the Ford Foundation 2017 Postdoctoral Fellowship Competition!