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Sharlene Santana
Associate Prof & Mammal Curator & . Research: macroevolution, ecomorphology, behavioral ecology, bats|mammals. 🇻🇪|🇺🇸
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Sharlene Santana 22m
Replying to @annfro
I'm so incredibly sorry, Ann. My condolences to you and the rest of your family.
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DavalosLab 12h
¿Tiene confusión sobre el origen de ? ¿Ha visto datos encontrados, desde pangolines hasta murciélagos y culebras? del laboratorio aclara dudas aquí! Parte 1 en español
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Sharlene Santana 7h
Replying to @duffy_ma
So sorry for your loss.
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Christopher Martin Mar 28
Latest lab discoveries led by 🥳 1.Microendemic scale-eating pupfish was assembled from Caribbean-wide ancient standing genetic variation🤯 2.Clear stages of adaptive radiation: 1st feeding behavior, then jaws, then de novo coding changes😱
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DavalosLab Mar 27
Confused about the origin of ? Seen a lot of conflicting information featuring pangolins, bats, and even snakes? from 's lab have put together an excellent explainer here!
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Sharlene Santana Mar 28
Replying to @TCastanea
So sorry to hear your sister is being forced to work under such conditions! That is unacceptable. Glad she had you to send her PPE.
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DavalosLab Mar 28
"The two viruses have a common ancestor that dates back thirty to fifty years, but the absence of a perfect match suggests that further mutation took place in other bat colonies, and then in an intermediate host." via
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Sharlene Santana Mar 28
Replying to @chornerdevine
Sorry to hear Claire! I wish you could have access to testing too. Please take care and I hope you feel better soon.
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Sandeep Robert Datta Mar 27
Wondering how COVID-19 may cause anosmia? Us too! Check out our (very!) recent work taking a small first step towards exploring mechanisms through which SARS-CoV might damage our sense of smell.
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Sharlene Santana Mar 26
Tal vez Alejandro Rico-Guevara , o Marcelo Araya en el lab de Gloriana Chaverri sepan?
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Carl T. Bergstrom Mar 26
1. This is going to be a personal thread about the experience of working at the intersection of infectious disease modeling and the study of misinformation during the worst pandemic in a century. If you're just interested in what is happening with the virus, you can skip it.
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DavalosLab Mar 26
Excellent contribution by Huabin Zhao: "Bats serve many critical roles for the ecosystem. They are biological—and economical—pesticides (9), and they contribute to the pollination and seed dispersal for many important plants (10)."
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Barack Obama Mar 25
Replying to @BarackObama
And this article provides a great example of the kind of community spirit that we need to get through this—a spirit that we can hopefully learn to instill more of into our lives, workplaces, civic institutions, and government once the crisis has passed.
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Sharlene Santana Mar 25
Replying to @WhiteheadLabVT
I'll email you a few papers I used in a Biology of social issues class a few years ago, they're more general but may be helpful :-)
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Sharlene Santana Mar 25
Thanks to our dedicated custodial staff, who are working tirelessly to make our campus safe for when we are able to return.
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SlicerMorph Mar 24
I am trying to reach out to instructors who are teaching comparative anatomy online and would like their students to use online 3D resources. We have a prototype of SlicerMorph and 3D Slicer running as a web application. Please DM me if you would like a demo. Please retweet
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Jon Passantino Mar 24
Breaking: A child under the age of 18 has died of coronavirus in Los Angeles, public health officials announce, in what is believed to be the first child death from the virus in the US. “A devastating reminder that COVID-19 infects people of all ages,” LA health official says.
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Royal Society Publishing Mar 24
Once thought to be the magical unicorn horn…now it seems no magic was involved, and Narwhal tusks are sexually selected for male aggression or mate choice. Find out more in
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Hillary Clinton Mar 24
Please do not take medical advice from a man who looked directly at a solar eclipse.
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Carl T. Bergstrom Mar 23
. explains that there IS NO SUCH THING as restarting the economy without stopping the pandemic.
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