Tessa was awarded in the “Molecular and Basic” research category for her presentation titled, “Gut microbiota shaped by diet and phylogeny in seven cercopithecids from Tai Forest, Ivory Coast.”
Photo by Claire Witham.
Kilmer’s study on the effects of tetracycline exposure was just released in a special issue of Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution focused on the Impact of Anthropogenic Environmental Changes on Animal Microbiomes. Way to go Kilmer and team!
Work hard, play hard! Our lab adventure to the zoo….
Our first Hale Lab graduate! We are so proud of you Ryan!!
Andrew McGlynn presents his summer research at Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and at the virtual National Veterinary Scholars Symposium hosted by Iowa State University.
Tessa Cannon, PhD student in Anthropology co-advised by Drs. Scott McGraw and Vanessa Hale, and Dr. Rajni Shukla, postdoc with Dr. Amit Sharma, won an IDI Trainee Transformative Grant titled: Developing Robust Methods for Noninvasive SIV Detection. Congrats Tessa and Rajni!
Tessa and Drs. Hale, McGraw, and Vodovotz received a President’s Research Excelleance Accelerator award to study SIV and the microbiome in wild and captive sooty mangabeys. Check out the news feature here.
Click here to check out a recording of the recent Microbiome Mini Symposium presented as part of the National Veterinary Summer Scholars programming.
Speakers featured during this Symposium:
Dr. Jenessa Winston, Ohio State University – Introduction to Microbiome Medicine
Dr. Craig Franklin, University of Missouri – Does my lab mouse’s microbiome matter? (26:50)
Dr. Linda Mansfield, Michigan State University – Can we engineer the gut microbiome to prevent asthma? (44:50)
Dr. Vanessa Hale, Ohio State University – Lorikeet Magic: Lorikeet enteritis and the microbiome (1:15:14) with an intro by Andrew McGlynn!
Been wondering which extraction method might work well for studying urinary tract microbiota? Urine luck! Check out Ryan Mrofchak’s article here.