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Below are archived stories from the front page of our website, beginning from the website launch in April 2018.

13 February 2019: Faculty member Dr. Morgan Churchill contributes to research that suggests an earlier extinction of the giant shark Megalodon, which may have been due to competition with great white sharks. [Boessenecker et al. 2019, PeerJ | coverage on CNN]

1 February 2019: Congratulations to the Michalski lab, which has been awarded a further two NIH grants to provide filarial parasites to the Neglected Tropical Disease research community.

2018 Archives

13 November 2018: Congratulations to faculty members Dr. Dana Merriman, Dr. Courtney Kurtz, and Dr. Michelle Michalski, who were awarded grants from the National Institutes of Health to study eyesight regeneration, obesity, and tropical disease, respectively.

27 August 2018: Faculty member Dr. Sheldon Cooper contributes to research on the effect of habitat fragmentation in black-capped chickadees, which was selected by the journal as an Editor’s Choice research article for August 2018.  [Latimer et al. 2018, Oikos]

18 June 2018: The Michalski lab hosts a mini-conference at UWO focusing on the techniques used in filariasis research.

3 May 2018: Faculty member Dr. Dana Merriman contributes to research investigating the cellular pathways that are critical for cold tolerance in ground squirrels, which is featured on the cover of the journal CellClick here for a video that explains the research, or read a brief write-up in Science.  [Ou et al. 2018, Cell]

24 April 2018: Congratulations to all our students who presented research at the UW Oshkosh Celebration of Scholarship!  Further congratulations to biology undergraduates Joseph Mercen, Hannah Nauth, Konrad Fondrie, Phillip Gruber, and Hayley Vandenboom, and graduate students Jane Ballesteros, Shelby McIlheran, Kasey Stewart, Matthew Gondek, and Doua Yang, who have been awarded institutional grants to conduct research this summer.

11 April 2018: Dr. Sabrina Mueller-Spitz and members of her lab present their research at the State Capitol as part of the annual Research in the Rotunda event.