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    Teaching assistant Piper Dunn helps BISC 206 (Human A&P I) locate and identify nerves in the upper and lower limbs.
    Alexandra Ware and Tiffany Thomas assemble a large model of the human brain in their Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab.
    Congratulations to the 2016 McRight Graduate Scholars, Eric Weingarten and Victoria Monette
    Students and mentors celebrate successful completion of Biology Bootcamp 2016
    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
    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
    Students in Dr. Britson's Anatomy & Physiology course study the heart and other aspects of the circulatory system
    The UM Field Station is a 740-acre research and educational facility that is used by a number of Biology faculty & students
    Dr. Erik Hom lab
    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.
    Biology professor emeritus Dr. Keiser holds a broad-headed skink while teaching his herpetology course
    Dr. Day's interests are centered on the brain regions involved in spatial and motor learning
    Researching the Mississippi River ecosystem
    Dr. Gary Gaston shows students in his Intro Biology course some of the organisms found on the UM campus
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    Congratulations, Dr. Ryan Garrick!!

    Dr. Garrick is 1 of 2 University of Mississippi faculty and 1 of 30 nationwide who was awarded a faculty research fellowship by the National Science Foundation. For the article in the UM News click here.  For the article on the NSF website click here.

    Get to know organisms living among us

    Graduate student, Audrey Harrison, has started writing for her local newspaper, The Vicksburg Post. Check out her first article online here or pdf.

    Congrats to Lauren Fuller!!

    Congrats to Biology graduate student, Lauren Fuller, for receiving a Lerner-Gray Memorial Fund grant. This is a grant for marine research given out by the American Museum of Natural History. Lauren is receiving this to help fund her research that focuses on increasing the survival of bycaptured sharks by alleviating stress.

    Congrats to Chaz Hyseni!!

    Congratulations to graduate student, Chaz Hyseni, for winning 1st place in the Graduate Student Council's 7th Annual Research Symposium. Chaz won the podium session for the Physical and Life Sciences category.

    Pictured here are some of our amazing graduate students along with our winner. From left to right: Jason Bohenek, John Banusiewicz, Amber Horning, Matt Pintar, Renan Bosque, CHaz Hyseni, Tyler Breech, and Isis Arantes.




    Congrats to Mary Harvey and John Aaron Howell!!

    Congratulations to undergraduate neuroscience minor, Mary Harvey, for winning 1st place for her poster presentation at the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Division.

    Mary's poster title: "Correlation of brain size and acrobatic display complexity in Manakins"





    Congratulations to Mary Harvey and John Arron Howell who were selected for presentation of their posters to the Millsaps-HHMI Undergraduate Symposium.  This symposium is for only the top 20% of abstracts submitted to MAS. Also pictured are Katelyn Duda, Blake McClure and Dr. Lainy Day, neuroscience minor director.

    John Arron's poster title: "Egg Laying Male Has Androgynous Song System and Plumage Coloration"