Stu Ludsin, co-director of Ohio State’s Aquatic Ecology Laboratory, and EEOB associate professor, is PI on a new, two-year, $162,598 Ohio Board of Regents grant that will study fish flesh and fresh produce as sources of human exposure to a liver toxin, microcystin.
Biophysical modeling assessment of the drivers for plankton dynamics in dreissenid-colonized western Lake Erie
The EEOB Awards Committee awarded the EEOB Outstanding GTA Award for 2015 to Tony Fries.
Particle Backtracking Improves Breeding Subpopulation Discrimination and Natal-Source Identification in Mixed Populations
Michael E. Fraker, Eric J. Anderson, Reed M. Brodnik, Lucia Carreon-Martinez, Kristen M. DeVanna, Brian J. Fryer, Daniel D. Heath, Julie M. Reichert, Stuart A.
EEOB Professor, Dr. Allison Snow, recently received the Harlan Hatcher Arts and Sciences Distinguished Faculty Award, which recognizes a full professor who has a truly exceptional record in teaching, research, and service.