Research Never Stops: Ribble Undergraduate Summer Internship gives biology students the chance to continue important investigations
Over the summer, biology students Taylor Shackleford and Sarah Whelan – who came to UK to pursue research – were given a unique opportunity to continue their lab work after spring classes came to a close.
A Big Catch: Biology Ph.D. Student Paul Hime Snags an NSF Fellowship for his Evolutionary Genomic Work on Amphibians
Salamanders, one of the oldest lineages of extant animals, are beloved by Biology Ph.D. student, Paul Hime. Some of Hime’s research subjects, however, may not be on the top of everyone’s cute animal list.
Marie Forbes-Osborne is the 2012-13 recipient of the Gertrude Ribble Graduate Fellowship. During this period, she published the results of her research project on the role of the Insm1a gene on zebrafish photoreceptor differentiation in the journal Developmental Biology. Marie will present the current status and recent results of her continuing investigations.