Author Archives: Ana María González Angel

The Medina Lab is in ICRS

Joe will be presenting a talk entitled “The coral microbiome across species, space and time”. View it online here.

And, Carlos will be presenting two talks:

“Empty niches after extinctions increase populations sizes of modern corals”. The abstract and details are here.

“Thermotolerance and photoacclimation in Symbiodinium: physiological and transcriptomic approach over a temporal scale”. The abstract and details are here.

 

 

 

News on our lab members!

A few of our members have graduated and are moving on. We say goodbye to Lyndzy, Alaina and Maikel! Good luck in your future endeavors!

On the other hand, we welcome Pati Cabrales, a PhD student from Mexico, as a short-term intern working with us this summer. Pati will be working on Cassiopea proteomics.

 

 

On January 25, 2016 Mónica visited Mateo López, a fellow Colombian scientist affiliated to Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Cali, Colombia. The meeting had the purpose of sharing opinions on coral reef studies, particularly in Varadero Reef in Cartagena, Colombia. You can find the link to her interview (in Spanish) here.

 

Undergraduate presents at science fair

Congratulations Khushboo for presenting at the Science Undergraduate Poster Exhibition! The event was hosted yesterday evening at the Willaman Gateway to the Sciences. Undegrads from disciplines like astronomy, forensics and biology presented their work. Khushboo in particular presented her work on the Cassiopea life cycle. IMG_3167