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Just as David Cottrill was finishing his dissertation and getting ready to defend it, along came the Army National Guard with call-up orders. The race was on. But Cottrill has successfully added Dr. to his salutation, in addition to his officer rank of Capt. He completed his Ph.D. in Biological […]Read More
Ohio University alumnus Dr. Aiden Eliot Shearer made a virtual stop at his alma mater recently, talking about his research on the genetics of pediatric hearing loss with faculty and students at a Biological Sciences/Biomedical Science Seminar. Evaluation of children for hearing loss has changed dramatically over the past 15 […]Read More
by Hannah Cordes Ohio University alumnus Dr. Lance McBrayer was featured in Smithsonian Magazine for his recent research on invasive Tegu lizards in Georgia See the Smithsonian article, These Four-Foot Lizards Will Eat Anything—and They’re Invading the Southeastern U.S. McBrayer earned a Biological Sciences Ph.D. in 2002 from the College of Arts […]Read More
Madison Groene says her college career isn’t defined by where she started. It’s all about where she’s going. And her next step is graduating from Ohio University in December, then on to a future she never envisioned when she was a high school student choosing a college major. She’s still […]
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As Biological Sciences undergraduate students, Madeline Sudnick (Honor’s Tutorial College) and Rachel Anderson (Biological Sciences Wildlife and Conservation B.S. 2017) gained experience in scientific research and publishing while studying the role maternal age plays in songbird reproduction. They worked with their mentor Dr. Kelly Williams and graduate student Meredith Fitschen-Brown to […]
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From Ohio University News Two College of Arts & Sciences students were among four Ohio University students who received Ohio University’s 2020 Graduate Associate Outstanding Teaching Award. The program was established in 1987 to recognize excellent teaching by graduate teaching assistants at the university. Each recipient receives a $500 stipend […]
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Ohio University alum Dr. Richard T. Carter was featured in a Johnson City Press story headlined “ETSU’s Dr. Richard Carter makes new discovery in anatomical study of bats.” Carter is Assistant Professor of Biology at East Tennessee State University. …And in the darkness, they find their way around using echolocation, […]
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Quidel Corp., which employs many Ohio University alumni in Athens, joins the fight against COVID-19 outbreak with fast, accurate diagnostic tool, according to a news release. The company announced on March 17 that it received Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a molecular COVID-19 diagnostic […]Read More
By Kaitlyn Lyons Ohio University alumnus Dr. Chris Parkinson came back to Athens to talk to students about biology careers and graduate school and to give a seminar about his research as part of the Biological & Biomedical Seminar series on Feb. 3. Parkinson earned a dual B.S. in […]Read More
Biological & Biomedical Seminar | Challenges and Achievements: Understanding Evolution of Rattlesnakes and Their Venom, Feb. 3
The Biological Sciences & Biomedical Sciences Research Seminar Series presents Ohio University alum Dr. Chris Parkinson discussing “Challenges and achievements: understanding the evolution of rattlesnakes and their venom” on Feb. 3 at 4 p.m. in Irvine 199. Parkinson is Professor of Biological Sciences at Clemson University. He earned a dual […]Read More