Multi-talented lab associate extraordinaire––Keegan Heron, just submitted his Master’s in Education (Duke) thesis to the American Fern Journal for publication. Good luck, Keegan!
“Looking Back on 130 Years of Pteridological Research in Glacier National Park, Montana: An Updated Taxonomic Account of the Ferns and Lycophytes”
Ph.D. student Blake Fauskee published with Kathleen Pryer, and two Duke Biology alums: Amanda Grusz (University of Minnesota Duluth), and Erin Sigel (University of New Hampshire) “Variation in frequency of plastid RNA editing within Adiantum implies rapid evolution in fern plastomes” in the American Journal of Botany. Reprint PDF
Please join me in congratulating Nik on his success in passing the prelim exam milestone on Monday, May 10! Nice work, Nik!
Now it is full-steam ahead on Investigating Rapid Evolutionary Radiations and their Consequences for Biogeography and Conservation in the Model Plant Genus Boechera