Scott and colleagues publish more of their work on tropical forests in Panama:
L. Eck, Simon M. Stump, Camille S. Delavaux, Scott A. Mangan, and Liza S. Comita. Evidence of within-species specialization by soil microbes and the implications for plant community diversity. PNAS in press. Abstract
Jacob presented a poster at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Great job, Jacob!
Congratulations to all the students who presented posters at the 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium! We had three undergraduate students (Tyson undergraduate fellows) and three TERF students sharing their research!
Kelli presented her poster The Effects of Soil Microbes on the Growth of the Federally Endangered Astragalus bibullatus (Fabaceae), by Kelli Showalter, Rachel Becknell, Dr. Matthew Albrecht, and Dr. Scott Mangan at the 8th Annual St Louis Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation (SLEEC) Retreat at Maryville University. Good job Kelli!
Dr. Scott Mangan and Philippa Tanford attended ESA 2018. They presented two talks:
Thanks to all the Natural Enemies 2018! Our team includes (from left to right) Jacob Longmeyer, Scott Mangan, Daniel Hull, Lauren Kohart, Raj Pandya, Ivan Ginsberg, Luiza Alves, Rebecca Kiesel, Rachel Becknell, Margie Lodes, Anna Thomas, and Claudia Stein (front).
This year we won first prize in the Tyson Olympics! Go Natural Enemies!
Congratulations to Holly! She starts a PostDoc position at the United States Geological Survey · Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center.