is studying Semphorin/Plexin/Collapsin Response Mediator Protein
signaling and its roles regulating vertebrate neuronal migration.
is studying Chagas Disease's etiology using proteomic, genomic and
biogeographical approaches. These studies are in collaboraiton with Lori Stevens.
Amanda is using metaproteomics to study ecological state changes.
These studies are in collaboration with Nick Gotelli.
is is is studying signaling mechanisms mediated by the Crk/CrkL family
of adaptors in vertebrate central nervous system development.
is is is studying signaling mechanisms mediated by the DCBLD family of
receptors in vertebrate central nervous system development.
Kyle Kellett--UVM Neuroscience Major.
Kyle is studying signaling mechanisms of the DCBLD family in vertebrate central nervous system development.
Sarah Bullock--UVM Biological Sciences Major. Sarah
is is studying signaling mechanisms of the DCBLD family in vertebrate central nervous system development.
Stefi Geiger--UVM Biological Sciences Major.
UVM Signaling Sister Labs
Several signaling projects are being conducted in collaboration with the labs of
Professor Alicia Ebert and Professor Paula Deming
Norwich University Sister Laboratory
Collaborative work at the interface of proteomics, genomics, ecology, evolution, phylogenetics, and environmental science:
Several NSF-funded projects are being pursued and have been collaborative studies with:
--Jim Vigoreaux, to study the evolved roles of Flightin in insect muscle.
--Jim Carpenter, Fernando Gelin, Federico Lopez-Osorio, Ingi Agnarsson and the late Kurt Pickett to study the systematics and phylogenetics of the wasp subfamily Vespinae.
--Nick Gotelli, Aaron Elison and Amanda Northrop to study tipping points in the miniature ecosystem of the Northern Pitcher Plant.
--Nick Gotelli, Aaron Elison, Sara Helms Cahan, Nate Sanders, Rob Dunn, Andrew Nguyen, John Stanton-Geddes, Joel Parker, et al. to study evolved and acute molecular changes in ants in response to thermal stress and climate change.