…and also runs into a familiar face – Hailey Curtis!
The lab that gets trapped in a room together stays together. Here’s to a great team! And introducing Ryan Mrofchak (far right), our incoming Masters student.
The Hale Lab gets suited up and visits the honey bee research lab!
Exciting new work from a great team!
J.C. Yu, V.L. Hale, H. Khodadadi, B. Baban. 2019. Whole body vibration-induced omental macrophage polarization and fecal microbiome modification in a murine model. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. Accepted. Link. PDF.
Vanessa attends the American Society for Microbiology Microbe meeting June 20-24 in San Francisco!
Morgan recently completed her PhD studying microbial transformations in hydraulic fracturing operations at The Ohio State University. She now joins us as a postdoctoral researcher jointly appointed through the College of Public Health in collaboration with labs of Drs. Jiyoung Lee and Barbara Piperata. Morgan will be examining gut metagenomes in relation to health. Welcome Morgan!
David presented on chronic wasting disease and the gut microbiome of white-tailed deer at the monthly Applied Field Epidemiology Program Meeting at Ohio State University on June 12, 2019.
The Hale lab hosted a QIIME2 workshop June 3-4, 2019. We spent 2 days learning how to analyze microbial community data. Now we’re ready to take on the (microbial) world!
Photo Credit: Kefeng Niu
V.L. Hale, C.L. Tan, K. Niu, Y. Yang, Q. Zhang, R. Knight, K.R. Amato. 2019. Gut microbiota in wild and captive Guizhou snub-nosed monkeys, Rhinopithecus brelichi. American Journal of Primatology. Link. PDF.