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What have we been up to? (Jul 2022)

July 2022

As usual, it has been a very busy summer. Jennifer and Sharon have been spending a lot of time in the field on our big field project, spearheaded by Brad in collaboration with our colleagues at UNCG, on the effects of antibiotics on reproductive quality of queens and drones. Megan has also been testing these same colonies for mites and viruses, which will be valuable data for the overall analysis. Ali has continued with her work as well, in between trips and awards, and Rodrigo has been getting his cell cultures up and running. Cammie has done a great job in running pathogen screens on our longitudinal study on viruses, and both she and Megan are presenting posters on their results. We are in the final stages of rehiring our Genetics Technician position recently vacated by Dina because of a family health emergency, so we look forward to having them on board soon.

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