Katie presented some work done in collaboration with the Seehausen group on the role of clade interactions in cichlid adaptive radiations at the American Society of Naturalists 2016 meeting in […]
The University of Wyoming communications office wrote a featured story on our sardine genetics work associated with The Nature Conservancy’s Tuungane project. Read the story here! Note that although that […]
As part of the “Girl Scouts in Science: Discovering Wyoming Water” program, we led a workshop on fish morphology and dissection for a very enthusiastic group of Laramie Girl Scouts […]
This week’s University of Wyoming News featured a story about Katie winning the 2015 Dobzhansky Prize! Also, check out the Botany Department Blog. What a tremendous honor! Katie with ASN […]
The lab attended the GREEBs (Guild of Rocky Mountain Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists) meeting at the Mountain Research Station September 18-20. Jimena gave a great talk about her masters work. […]
Our lab space in the Berry Center includes a brand new fish room that we’ll be prepping for use with live fish later this month. This will be a great […]
The Wagner Lab is settling into life in Wyoming. Check back for updates soon!