News

Congratulations to Dr. David Noakes for being elected as a Fellow of the Linnaean Society!
Researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) have identified zebrafish as an optimal testing model for toxoplasmosis, as they believe the fish could provide insight into breakthrough treatments.
A state police trooper captured the bear and put it in the back seat of his police car for a ride to Corvallis. The bear underwent tests at OSU before being transferred to an ODFW facility.
“We’re able to tell fisheries managers that they may be able to increase their trout population by 12 percent – and it may be higher,” said Penaluna, a Doctoral graduate of Fisheries and Wildlife.
A new ale sends some proceeds to research on sea star wasting syndrome.

Spotlights

Kathleen Knight is a new PROMISE intern joining the Sidlauskas lab this summer.
The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife is seeking a Department Head. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position.

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