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To Sarah Amugongo, who finished her Ph.D. and moved on to a postdoctoral research position at the UC Davis Center for Healthy Aging to study osteoporosis.
To Bill Clemens who has been named a Fellow of The Paleontological Society. Fellows are members who have made significant contributions to paleontology through research, teaching, or service to the profession.
To Theresa Grieco, who received a Peabody Fellowship from UCMP for Spring 2011 to pursue her research into the development and evolution of the amphibian dentition.
To Judy Scotchmoor on her election to the American Institute of Biological Sciences Board of Directors.
UCMP at SICB
Molly Wright: Monogamy in the sea: Social monogamy in two mantis shrimp species inhabiting coral backreefs
Jennifer Hofmeister: Observations on mating behavior and development in the lesser Pacific striped octopus, Octopus chierchiae (Jatta, 1889), co-authored by Jean Alupay
Joey Pakes: Behavior of remipede crustaceans: In caves, in situ, and in fluorescence, co-authored by Dave Lindberg and Roy Caldwell
Katie Brakora: Phylogenetics, evolution, and development of ruminant cranial appendages: Insights into hypotheses of homology, co-authored by UCMP alums, Edward Davis and Drew Lee
Sarah Werning: Reconstructing growth of the basal archosauromorph Trilophosaurus, co-authored by UCMP alum, Randy Irmis
And posters by:
Mariska Batavia: Incisor dentin as a recording structure in the Turkish hamster (Mesocricetus brandti)
Jenna Judge: A phylogenetic perspective on the molluscan lineages in chemosynthetically-based ecosystems in the deep sea, co-authored by Dave Lindberg
Undergraduates Caty Baxter and Tali Hammond: Chemosensory recognition in Pullosquilla litoralis, co-authored by Molly Wright and Roy Caldwell
Undergraduate Dawn Glenn: Autofluorescence of remipede, shrimp, pericarid and ostracod crustaceans from anchialine cave systems: An innovative device for ecological study, co-authored by Joey Pakes and Roy Caldwell
News from our alums
Jenny McGuire's dissertation work that she presented at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2010 annual meeting was written up by Susan Milius for Science News in an article entitled "Climate changes, and there goes the neighborhood."
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