National Science Foundation gives the CRE an anxiously-awaited thumbs up

Our research proposal to use proteomics to investigate sperm modification within the female reproductive tract, along with its evolutionary divergence and reproductive isolation consequences, is recommended for funding by the NSF. This work is a collaboration between CRE members Steve Dorus, Scott Pitnick, John Belote and PhD student Emma Whittington, along with Mariana Wolfner of Cornell University and Tim Karr of the Kyoto Institute of Technology.

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