New paper published

A new paper was just published from the Dillman Lab. “Infective juveniles of the entomopathogenic nematode Steiernema scapterisci are preferentially activated by cricket tissue.” This was a collaborative effort between Dillman lab members Dihong Lu and Claudia Sepulveda. Congratulations on the fine work. This represents the first primary research article where all of the work was done in the Dillman lab. Here’s to many more!

Also, Tiffany Baiocchi is giving an oral presentation at the annual Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology this week. Good luck Tiffany!

Lab Picture

Well, we were finally able to round up most of the lab and take a lab picture. From left to right, starting with the back row we have Paul Medinda, Tiffany Baiocchi, Adler Dillman, Carter Gerke, and Kassandra Kin. From left to right on the front row there is Sudarshan Aryal, Dihong Lu, Sowgand Bashiri, Lauren Braun, Claudia Sepulveda, and Dennis Chang. The picture is missing Lauren Allison, Grant Lee, and our visiting scholar, Keyun Zhang.

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