Welcome to the Denver Lab!
We investigate the basic processes of life from diverse perspectives. Research interests range from genome evolution to symbiosis dynamics to the intersections of scientific and Buddhist thinking. Current projects focus on nematodes, their symbionts, and Bodhi trees.
05 Mar 20 Great news - Alexis Anderson was awarded a 2020-21 OSU Graduate Diversity Advancement Fellowship and will join the IB Graduate Program and Denver lab as a PhD student this summer!
11 Jan 20 Congrats to Anton for preparing and presenting a great poster about his slug-parasitic nematode research at the OSU STEM Leaders Research Symposium!
01 Jan 20 Happy New Year! Congratulations to Anh for successfully defending her PhD and transitioning to a postdoc position in the Aylward lab at Virginia Tech!
20 Sep 19 Denver lab shines at the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing Fall Conference! Anh presented her metagenomic research as a lighting talk, and Rebekah shared the latest on Bodhi tree chloroplast DNA diversity as a poster.