Please join us in welcoming two new faculty to the Whitney. Todd Osborne, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biogeochemistry and Joseph Ryan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biology have both recently joined the Lab.
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May 13, 14,15, 2014 – This meeting will revisit a topic addressed in a meeting held in 1989, at a time that predated our understanding of the phylogenetic relationships between the early animal phyla in which the nervous system or nervous systems first appeared, and predated the wealth of molecular data that has since enabled us to trace the origins of the molecular building blocks (i.e. ion channels, neurotransmitters etc.) that underlie nervous system function.
Dr. Michael Layden, postdoctoral associate in the Martindale lab, has secured a tenure track position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. Michael has contributed extensively through his rigourous scientific and publication work here at Whitney Laboratory. Not only will his molecular/cellular biology acumen be missed, but his his humor, love of…
Thursday, March 13th at 7 pm – Location: Whitney CMS Lohman Auditorium. Join us for the Evenings at Whitney Public Lecture, “The Role of Sea Turtles in Marine Ecosystems”.
Whitney researchers Dr. James C. Liao and Dr. Otar Akanyeti’s article was featured as the cover article for the December Issue of the Journal of Experimental Biology.
The Whitney Video is now showing in the Aquarium section of the South Florida Science Center, thank you to our trustee Leslie Randolph for helping bring Whitney research to a new audience in West Palm Beach.
We have ordered tanks for our incoming patients…. hint they have a large shells and four flippers.
Paul Linser, PhD is Co-Investigator on a new 5 year National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research study to evaluate which factors of reducing caloric intake may delay progression of age related hearing loss.
The Whitney lab was awarded a new National Science Foundation Grant (NSF) award starting July 1.
Katelyn Ward, whose poster “Iridescent sharks (pangasiadon hypothalmus) a model for aquatic robotics” received first place, interned in the Liao Lab this summer.