Dr. Esther Betran
Green florescent protein expressed in Drosophhila sperm.
Dr. Todd Castoe
Castoe and Ph.D. students discuss work on models of snake venom evolution.
Dr. Clay Clark
The Clark lab studies caspase allostery, the regulation of caspases in cell death, and the evolution of allosteric control mechanisms.
Dr. Jeff Demuth
The Demuth lab studies the genetics of speciation in the flour beetle Tribolium castaneum.
Dr. Matthew Fujita
The Fujita lab studies comparative genomics, speciation, and parthenogenesis in lizards.
Dr. James Grover
Researchers from UT Arlington, Baylor University and Texas A&M University dispersing fluorescein dye in Lake Granbury to study water movements relevant to harmful algae.
Dr. Laura Mydlarz
The Mydlarz lab studies the molecular biology of coral bleaching.
Dr. Sophia Passy
Dr. Passy lab studies the structure and function of freshwater biofilms.
Dr. Michael Roner
New microbiocides from natural saponins (structure and source, Quillaja saponaria, the soap bark tree shown) and organometallics (structure and powder shown).
Dr. Eric N. Smith
Burmese python image overlain on gene expression data accompanying organ regenerative growth.
The Clark lab uses substrate-phage display methods to determine enzyme specificity and X-ray crystallography to determine protein structure.
Dr. Passy lab examines the wetland effect on stream ecosystems.
The Smith lab studies tropical amphibian and reptile biodiversity.
Dr. Matthew Walsh
The Walsh lab studies the ecology of phenotypic plasticity in freshwater systems.
Graduate Quantitative Biology Program
Undergraduate Biology Program
Genomics Core Facility
Amphibian and Reptile Diversity Research Center
Shimadzu Institute For Research Technologies
High Performance Computing
Assistant Professor - Ecology; Ecological Genomics
Fujita works with international museums on evolution of vision. Full Story
Mydlarz awarded Regent's Outstanding Teaching award. Full Story
Thursdays, 4:00 pm, Room 119 Life Science Bldg.
February 1, 2018
Speaker: Dr. Edward Stanley, University of Florida, Museum of Natural History
Title: The inside story: How computed tomography is revolutionizing natural history museums in the 21st century
Host: Eric Smith
Website: Stanley Lab
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