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    Dr. Parsons is a recognized expert on sharks, skates, and rays of the Gulf of Mexico
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    Dr. Curtis’ work on microbial intracellular signaling networks is supported by an NSF CAREER award
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    J.P. Lawrence, a Ph.D. candidate with Dr. Noonan, is spending Spring 2016 studying frogs in Australia as part of an Endeavour Research Fellowship
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    Students in Dr. Britson's Anatomy & Physiology course study the heart and other aspects of the circulatory system
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    The UM Field Station is a 740-acre research and educational facility that is used by a number of Biology faculty & students
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    Dr. Erik Hom discussing algal cultures with an ARISE@UM high school summer intern as part of a collaboration with the Bigelow Laboratory in Maine.
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    Biology professor emeritus Dr. Keiser holds a broad-headed skink while teaching his herpetology course
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    Dr. Day's interests are centered on the brain regions involved in spatial and motor learning
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    Researching the Mississippi River ecosystem
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    Dr. Gary Gaston shows students in his Intro Biology course some of the organisms found on the UM campus
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    Dr. Gary Gaston, Dr. John Kiss, and Dr. Paul Lago enjoying the last day of classes for Spring 2016
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    Dr. Glenn Parsons aims to reduce shark deaths

    "Fishermen unintentionally catch millions of sharks each year, and many don’t survive the physical stress of being reeled in, but biology professor Glenn Parsons is designing a device that could prevent sharks from ever being hooked. If his "entangling leader" device is successful, fishermen may not have to handle sharks, which have roamed the ocean mostly unchanged for 400 million years." Click here for more.


    Dr. Sarah Liljegren and Dr. Patrick Curtis win prestigious NSF CAREER awards

    Recent awards to Biology faculty will support research projects on flower development and cellular differentiation (Dr. Sarah Liljegren) and comparing cell cycle regulation in bacteria (Dr. Patrick Curtis). More information can be found here for Dr. Liljegren and here for Dr. Curtis.


    Dr. Denis Goulet-Gamma Beta Phi Honors Society faculty advisor

    Click here to read the article in the Oxford Eagle newspaper titled "UM to host national honor society convention". This is the first year the national convention will be held at Ole Miss.


    Students Conduct Research in Ancient Polish Forest

    Biology students Michelle Ha and Ann Rasmussen traveled to Poland this past summer with Dr. Jason Hoeksema working to unlock the potential of the forest’s ancient ecosystem. Click here to read the article.


    Dr. Cliff Ochs, Biology Professor and Director of the Mississippi Water Security Institute

    The Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College at Ole Miss has established the Mississippi Water Security Institute (MWSI) to help students understand the delicate balance between promoting strong economic development and protecting natural resources.

    For the full article click here.