Forster, B.M., C.M. Baker, D. El-Naccache, and C. J. Springer. 2015. Construction of Phylogenetic Trees in a Non-Majors Biology Laboratory as a Means of Teaching Biod)iversity. Article 30 in Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, Volume 36 (K. McMahon, Editor). Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE). HTTP://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-36/v36reprint.php?ch=30
Havekes, R., Park, A.J., Tolentino, R.E., Bruinenberg V.M., Tudor, J.C., Lee, Y., Hansen, R.T., Guercio, L.A., Linton, E., Neves-Zaph, S.R., Baillie, G., Meerlo, P., Houslay, M.D., and Abel, T. (2016). Compartmentalized PDE4A5 signaling impairs hippocampal synaptic plasticity and long-term memory. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(34):8936-46.
Southwell, M. and McRobert, S.P. (2016). Zebrafish as a model organisms to study melatonin mechanisms and treatments. Current Psychopharmacology 5: 85-95.
Way, G.P., Southwell, M. and McRobert, S.P. (2016). Boldness, aggression, and shoaling assays for zebrafish behavioral syndromes. Journal of Visualized Experiments 114: 1-8.
Biodiversity Lab Director, Dr. Scott McRobert, presented a talk entitled: “Stories Behind the Species: Animals at Risk” at the Wagner Free Institute of Science. To see the poster, go to:
Biodiversity Lab attends AAAS Meeting in Washington, D.C.