Category Archives: Research

Research in the classroom

Now that I am back from my internship at the Smithsonian, I have enjoyed getting back into some of my normal campus activities, including participating in workshops through the UC Davis¬†Graduate Teaching Community. Last quarter, the theme of our weekly … Continue reading

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SICB poster: modification of the hyoid apparatus in Syngnathiformes

Photos went up for the 2014 SICB meeting and I was in one! This year’s meeting was held in Austin, TX, and was probably my favorite meeting location so far (compared to JMIH in Minneapolis and SICB in San Francisco). … Continue reading

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Beyond the research: science outreach in my community

For some reason the winter quarter always seems to rocket by. This year has been no exception, thanks in part to a shipment of some awesome fish for filming, continuing micro-CT projects, ¬†and recruitment events in my graduate group. However, … Continue reading

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My first publication!

My first publication, “The homology of lungs and gas bladders: insights from arterial vasculature” came out in print this month, which is very exciting. You can find it here with Journal of Morphology. Even cooler, is that we also got … Continue reading

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