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Sharlene Santana
Associate Prof & Mammal Curator & . Research: ecomorphology, behavioral ecology, macroevolution, bats, mammals. 🇻🇪|🇺🇸. Science tweets.
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Kevin Nadal, Ph.D. Feb 22
One of the projects I wanted to launch during my sabbatical is the campaign. Perhaps if more of us knew that there were actual professors who looked like them or loved like them, they would know that it would be possible to become one.
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brooke flammang 🦈🤖 Feb 22
The website for symposium proposals for the 2020 meeting in Austin, TX is now live: Proposal guidelines are also available on this website. The deadline for symposium proposals is August 24, 2018.
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Winifred Frick Feb 21
A rare and incredible find today. An albino cave myotis (Myotis velifer). A little white jewel standing out in the crowd.
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Sean Gibbons Feb 21
I am looking to hire a computationally-oriented postdoc for my new lab at See advert here: In particular, looking for someone with interests in microbial ecology/evolution & the mammalian gut. Wet lab skills a plus, but not necessary. Please RT!
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Sharlene Santana Feb 21
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Pauline Scanlan Feb 20
I have a potential PhD position available for a suitable candidate on the impact of antibiotics on gut microbiome diversity and function - check out the link to my site for more information! Please Retweet!
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Eliécer E. Gutiérrez Feb 20
Maduro's cruelty and negligence do not only affect the Venezuelan people, but also animals at Venezuelan zoos.
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NatureEcoEvo Feb 19
Vampire bat genome and gut metagenome provides a holistic view of evolutionary adaptations in a blood-feeding diet 🦇
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Caroline strömberg Feb 19
has a new website! Still a couple of kinks to work out, but it's live
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diceCT Feb 19
Featured Editorial Team: The Anatomical Record
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DCB-DVM Tweets Feb 16
DCB: The division is soliciting anonymous & non-binding ideas for potential symposia at the 2020 meeting in Austin, TX. Suggestions will be collated into areas of general interest. Review begins on Feb. 23, 2018. Please contribute your ideas here:
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Winifred Frick Feb 15
A great thread showing how using radar to study in Texas is answering questions about animal behavior and response to climate change. Science distilled into gifs & tweets!
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Barack Obama Feb 15
We are grieving with Parkland. But we are not powerless. Caring for our kids is our first job. And until we can honestly say that we're doing enough to keep them safe from harm, including long overdue, common-sense gun safety laws that most Americans want, then we have to change.
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Sharlene Santana Feb 13
Be reciprocally kind, like a vampire bat.
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Sharlene Santana Feb 11
Great article highlighting the work of , including their contribution to our efforts to skulls for research & outreach. Sets of these skulls will be part of educational kits for teachers all over WA!
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Katrina van Raay Feb 9
UW BioGrads for Equity has a response to and the patriot rally tomorrow. Three libraries will be closed all day and multiple diversity focused events cancelled due to safety reasons. This is not OK!
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NYT Science Feb 8
The template for walking may have originated in ancient fish millions of years before the first vertebrate ever ambled on dry land
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Sharlene Santana Feb 8
Replying to @je_light @NSF_BIO and 2 others
Bravo !!
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Sharlene Santana Feb 8
Congratulations and for this nice feature in !
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Sharlene Santana Feb 8
New publication: Assessment of the Hindlimb Membrane Musculature of : Implications for Active Control of the Calcar – Congratulations / Santana Lab PhD student Katie Stanchak!
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