Dan Radaubaugh has started in the lab as a new M.S. student working on Bat WNS.
Vince, Davi and Andy participated in the Fungi and Fungal-like Organisms course offered through OTS. Andy co-taught this two-week course in Costa Rica along with Greg Mueller and Priscilla Chaverri.
The Miller Lab will be giving six presentations at the Mycological Society of America Meetings at Yale University, July 16-19.
New videos promote mycology.
Huzefa Raja visited the lab from April 23-30.
Sabine Huhndorf and George Mugambi visited the lab on April 23.
Andy attended the One Name=Which Name? Meeting at CBS in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Vince Hustad won the Mycological Society of America Alexander H. and Helen V. Smith Research Fund. Congratulations Vince!
Betsy Arnold visited the lab on March 27.
Dan Radaubaugh has accepted the Bat WNS MS graduate research assistantship. We look forward to having Dan in the lab this Fall.
Steve Zelski was invited to participate in the project “Studies of fungal biodiversity in Northern Thailand” through the University of Arkansas and will spend a month in Thailand beginning in June.
Dan Radabaugh will be visiting the UIUC campus interviewing for the Bat WNS MS graduate research assistantship.
The State Journal Registrar published an article on NSF’s Advancing Digitization of Biological Collections program including the LBCC project.
Steve Zelski passed his preliminary exams and is now a Ph.D. candidate. Congrats Steve!
Andy attended a meeting in Madison, WI to discuss the NSF LBCC (Lichen and Bryophyte Collection Consortium) workflow for this $4 million dollar project that aims to digitize over 2.3 million specimens.