Jannice Friedman and Steve Dorus join the Syracuse University Biology faculty. A huge coup for the CRE. Huzzah!
We took Second Place in the 2012 Nikon, Small World in Motion Competition. Our video was part of a nationwide exhibit tour – http://www.nikonsmallworld.com/galleries/swim/2012-small-world-in-motion-competition
Congratulations to Scott Pitnick, Stefan Lüpold, Mollie Manier and John Belote for being awarded an NSF grant to support their research on the evolutionary genetics of male quality and competitive fertilization success in Drosophila!
We received an Honorable Mention for our video entry in the 2012 Olympus Bioscapes International Digital Imaging Competition. Our video of fluorescently-tagged sperm in vivo was included in a museum tour sponsored by Olympus America in cooperation with Scientific American, touring cities across the US and Canada throughout 2013 – http://www.olympusbioscapes.com/gallery/year/2012
We won the Best Video at the 2010 Drosophila Image Award for a video from Manier et al. (2010) I 328: 354-357 – http://www.drosophila-images.org/2011.shtml
Congratulations to Scott Pitnick, Mollie Manier and John Belote for being awarded an NSF grant to support their research on the genetic and functional analyses of sperm length evolution in Drosophila!
Brian Gress joins the CRE as a PhD student and is awarded a Syracuse University Graduate Fellowship.