Welcome to Adriana Aguilar-Maldonado, graduate student in MCO!
Sam’s preprint titled “Phylotranscriptomics reveals discordance in the phylogeny of Hawaiian Drosophila and Scaptomyza (Diptera: Drosophilidae)” is now posted to bioRxiv!
Congrats to Anastasia Repouliou for receiving the NSF-Simons QBio Fellowship!
Congrats to Honghao Song for receiving the NSF-Simons QBio Fellowship!
Congrats to Emily Rivard for receiving the NSF-Simons QBio Fellowship!
In the Spotlight–Established Researcher. Check out Cassandra’s feature in Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution.
Welcome to Anastasia Repouliou, graduate student in MCO!
Guillem’s paper titled “Insights into the genomic evolution of insects from cricket genomes” has been published in Communications Biology!
Welcome Marilena Papavassiliou!- Marilena joins the Extavour lab via the REU E3 Program through the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard!
Carrie and Arpita’s paper titled “Evolutionary dynamics of sex-biased genes expressed in cricket brains and gonads” has been published to the Journal of Evolutionary Biology!
Welcome Vincent Lam! – Vincent joins the Extavour lab via the Systems Biology summer internship at the Harvard Medical School!
Sam’s paper titled ”Repeated loss of variation in insect ovary morphology highlights the role of development in life-history evolution” has been published in Proceedings of the Royal Society – Part B!
Our collaborative paper titled “Establishment of CRISPR/Cas9-based knock-in in a hemimetabolous insect: targeted gene tagging in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus” with the Noji and Mito groups has been posted to bioRxiv!
Harsha and Guillem’s preprint titled “Distinct gene expression dynamics in germ line and somatic tissue during ovariole morphogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster” has been posted to bioRxiv!
Seth and Taro’s preprint titled “Local density determines nuclear movements during syncytial blastoderm formation in a cricket” has been posted to bioRxiv!
Congratulations to Beatrice Steinert for passing her qualifying exam!
Congratulations to Sam Church for defending his thesis and obtaining his PhD!