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BCB Alumni Feature: Pavitra Roychoudhury

Pavitra Roychoudhury has been around the world for her education and career. Her path has run from India, Nigeria, Ghana, and Singapore to Idaho and Washington state, where she currently resides. A graduate of the University of Idaho’s Bioinformatics and Computational Biology program, she is using her training and experience to help answer questions about the SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19) through genomic sequencing.

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Bacterial Evolution in Biofilm

There are projections that by 2050, there could be more people dying from antibiotic resistant bacteria than from cancer. Read about Thibault Stalder's paper that addresses this crisis.

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Moodle: NKN's Online Learning Management

As we have all seen the past few weeks, online learning can be a valuable tool for educators, students, and workers alike. Read about how NKN utilizes the open source learning management system Moodle to provide training for the wildland fire community.

Moodle 
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Current Conservation Goals “Overlook Genetic Diversity”

20 researchers from around the world have agreed in a letter, published in Science on March 6, that the new goals drafted by the Convention on Biological Diversity this year do not sufficiently consider genetic diversity.

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Alumni Story: Hannah Marx

Read Hannah's story: from her start in research, to the University of Idaho, to her new faculty position at the University of New Mexico.

Hannah's Research 
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2020 Cover Initiative

Get the details about IBEST's plan to help you showcase your work and expand your research impact.

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2019 Highly Cited Researcher Series: Luke Harmon

Read interviews with influential U of I researchers in our 2019 Highly Cited Researcher Series. Luke Harmon is a Professor in the Biology Department, and one of four faculty from the University of Idaho recognized by Web of Science Group as a highly cited researcher in 2019.

Highly Cited Researchers 
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Grad Student Feature: Kenetta Nunn

Dr. Kenetta Nunn is the newest graduate of the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Doctoral Program. Read her story and learn about her journey to the University of Idaho and through grad school.

Kenetta Nunn 
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2019 Highly Cited Researcher Series: John Abatzoglou

Read interviews with influential U of I researchers in our 2019 Highly Cited Researcher Series. John Abatzoglou is an Associate Professor in the Geography Department, and one of four faculty from the University of Idaho recognized by Web of Science Group as a highly cited researcher in 2019.

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2019 Highly Cited Researcher Series: Paul Hohenlohe

Read interviews with influential U of I researchers in our 2019 Highly Cited Researcher Series. Paul Hohenlohe is an Associate Professor in the Biological Sciences Department, and one of four faculty from the University of Idaho recognized by Web of Science Group as a highly cited researcher in 2019.

Highly Cited Researchers 
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Not So Slow After All

Researchers from the Parent Lab in the Biological Sciences Department recently published a paper in the Journal of Heredity about the colonization and speciation sequence in Galapagos endemic land snails. Contributors include U of I researchers and grad students, as well as students and faculty from other universities.

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