January 2017 - Kristin Alligood successfully defends Ph.D.
January 2017 - Allison Fuiten is awarded a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (DDIG) from the NSF to examine the functional basis of genetic changes behind the derived vertebrate characters present in pipefish.
January 2017 - Emily Beck attends Evomics Workshop in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic.
2016 - Martin Stervander receives fellowship from the Swedish Research Council.
December 2016 - Gulf Pipefish genome paper published.
July 2016 - Thom Nelson wins poster award at Allied Genetics Conference.
July 2016 - Allison Fuiten presents poster at the 6th Meeting of the European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology in Uppsala, Sweden.
April 2016 - John Crandall wins best undergraduate student poster at EVO-WIBO conference.
April 2016 - Mark Currey wins best technician poster at EVO-WIBO conference.
April 2016 - Allison Fuiten wins best graduate student talk at EVO-WIBO conference.
April 2016 - Thom Nelson wins best graduate student talk at EVO-WIBO conference.
April 2016 - Kristin Alligood wins best graduate student poster at EVO-WIBO conference.
February 2016 - Susan Bassham featured in Scientific American's Sustainability 60-second Science Video "Fish on Evolution's Fast Track".
January 2016 - Susan Bassham interviewed by Jefferson Public Radio: "When Evolution Speeds Up".
December 2015 - "Evolution of stickleback in 50 years on earthquake-uplifted islands" paper published.
October 2015 - Our 2010 PLOS Genetics paper celebrated as one of the 10 most cited papers in the first decade of the journal.
October 2015 - Emily A Beck joins the lab.
August 2015 - Allison Fuiten is an NIH Developmental Training Grant trainee.
June 2015 - Allison Fuiten received Favorite Poster Award Biology Graduate Student Retreat 2015.
May 2015 - Thom Nelson gave talks on ancestry of stickleback at the University of Cambridge and at Quantitative Genomics in London.
April 2015 - John Crandall is awarded a fellowship through the OURS Program and the University of Oregon Department of Biology to work with genetic mapping of divergent Stickleback populations as a tool to investigate recombination and chromosomal inversions.
October 2014 - Thom Nelson gives an invited talk called, 'Reconstructing the Past; Five years to K, and just a bit further' honoring his former advisor at Kalamazoo College.
March 2014 - Kristin Alligood is awarded a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (DDIG) from the NSF from the NSF to identify the genes that underlie craniofacial bone shape evolution in threespine stickleback populations.
May 2013 - Heather Jamniczky from the University of Calgary presents on phenotypic variation, morphometrics and evolvability in the threespine stickleback.
May 2013 - Erika Jackson and Savannah Olroyd present posters on their research at the UO Undergraduate Symposium.
Nov 2012 - Clay Small joined the lab as a new Post-doc from Adam Jones’s lab.
Sept 2012 - NIH Center of Excellence grant in Systems Biology awarded to the UO to study host-microbe interactions in zebrafish and stickleback.
August 2012 - Ann Petersen wins an award for her talk about Thyroid development at Stickleback 2012
August 2012 - Taylor Wilson wins best undergraduate student poster at Stickleback 2012
August 2012 - Mark Currey wins best graduate student poster at Stickleback 2012
August 2012 - Susie Bassham, Julian Catchen, Andrew Nishida and Ann Petersen give talks at Stickleback 2012
June 2012 - Congratulations to Taylor Wilson for graduating with highest honors from the Clark Honors College.
April 2012 - Kristin Sikkink wins best student talk at EVO-WIBO conference.
March 2012 - Congratulations to Kate Ituarte for graduating with highest honors from the Clark Honors College.
February 2012 - Congratulations to Kristin Sikkink for winning an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (DDIG) to use RNAseq to understand the genetic basis of cryptic genetic variation.
February 2012 - Kristin Sikkink wins best student poster at IGERT conference.
June 2011 - Kate Ituarte is awarded a SMART scholarship to fund summer research.
June 2011 - Kate Ituarte receives a biology teaching award for the 2010-2011 academic year.
May 2011 - Kate Ituarte and Taylor Wilson present at the first UO Undergraduate Symposium and Kate Ituarte wins third place for best biology poster.
Feb 2011 - Science highlights the work of the Holzapfel/Bradshaw, Johnson, and Cresko labs in its Human Genome 10th Anniversary coverage.
Dec 2010 - Genome scans and RAD sequencing are named an "Area to watch" in Science’s Breakthrough of the Year.
Sept 2010 - Paul and Bill will teach at a genomics school in Germany
Sept 2010 - Paul, Susie and Bill will present at the 2nd UK RAD meetings in Edinburgh, Scotland
July 2010 - Julian Catchen awarded an NIH Ruth Kirchstein postdoctoral fellowship
May 2010 - NSF funds our research on using Next Generation Sequencing to create genomic resources for pipefish
April 2010 - NIH funds our collaborative research to study the effects of perchlorate on stickleback.
March 2010 - Genome scan of stickleback populations identifies patterns of selection
October 2009 - NSF funds our genomic research on 50 year old populations of threespine stickleback
May 2009 - Kristin Sikkink awarded an NSF pre-doctoral fellowship