Undergraduate Daniel Hashimoto successfully defends his thesis and will graduate from Boston University with Distinction.
Undergraduate Erin McDougal receives the maximum possible UROP summer research fellowship for her work on lobster shell disease.
Research technician Julia Halverson speaks at the Boston University Marine Program Seminar.
High school senior Mike Goldberg joins the laboratory to begin a Senior Thesis project on lobster morphometric landscape analysis.
Undergraduate Brinia Colbert joins the laboratory as a volunteer; she will carry out research in Woods Hole this summer.
Undergraduate Emily Munday joins the laboratory as a volunteer.
The Atema Lab expands into a new laboratory at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Principal Investigator Jelle Atema travels to Australia with collaborator Gabi Gerlach to study larval reef fish.
Undergraduate Diana Chin joins the laboratory to assist with lobster husbandry and system maintenance.
Undergraduate Osama Duwaji joins the laboratory as a volunteer with interests in lobster mechanoreception.
Undergraduate Erin McDougal joins the laboratory to lay the foundation for a lobster shell disease study that will become her Senior Work for Distinction project.
Principal Investigator Jelle Atema travels to Prince Edward Island, Canada to speak at the 8th International Conference and Workshop on Lobster Biology and Management.
Dr. Vanessa Miller-Sims takes a post-doctoral position at the University of Southern California.
Incoming PhD student Joel Buytkins joins the laboratory with interests in lobster neurobiology.
Principal Investigator Jelle Atema and research technician Julia Halverson travel to the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory in Maine to attend the Crustacean Research Symposium, at which Jelle delivers the keynote address.
High school student Priya Seetharaman joins the laboratory as a volunteer to develop methods for a lobster morphometry project.
Undergraduate Kristen Vollrath completes her Directed Study project on lobster dominance and graduates from Boston University. She will start a Masters program at San Francisco State University in the fall.
High school senior Vanessa Rubin wraps up her Senior Thesis and graduates from Boston University Academy. She will attend Brown University in the fall.
PhD candidate Vanessa Miller-Sims successfully defends her thesis. She will continue to conduct research on larval reef fish with collaborator Gabi Gerlach in the summer.
Undergraduate Daniel Hashimoto receives the maximum possible UROP summer research fellowship to study electrophysiological properties of lobster neurobiology.
Research technician and new lab manager Julia Halverson joins the laboratory to begin a lobster shell disease research project funded by the Rhode Island Sea Grant.
Principal Investigator Jelle Atema travels to Australia with collaborator Gabi Gerlach and PhD candidate Vanessa Miller-Sims to study larval reef fish.
Undergraduate Kristen Vollrath joins the Atema Lab and develops a project on lobster dominance with the support of UROP funds.
High school senior Vanessa Rubin joins the laboratory and begins a Senior Thesis project on lobster dominance and mating behavior.
The Atema Lab expands into a new laboratory at Boston University with a state-of-the-art artificial seawater system. Lobster work will be carried out here; shark work will remain the focus at the Marine Biological Laboratory.