It’s been a busy fall for members of the DIG team, Wilson Lab, and UW Paleobiology community! Read on for updates on what we’ve been up to.
- New paper by Brannick and Wilson
UW graduate student and DIG instructor Alex Brannick and DIG founder and director Dr. Greg Wilson recently published a paper in the Journal of Mammalian Evolution, which sheds light on the paleoecology of early marsupial relatives. You can read the paper here. Huge congratulations to Alex and Greg!
- 2018 SVP Annual Meeting
Several past and current members of the DIG team recently presented on their research at the annual Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP) meeting. Each year, the SVP annual meeting brings together paleontologists from around the world to discuss cutting edge research in the field. You can read more about the meeting and the society here, and here is a full list of those who presented (you can look up the details in the abstract book here):
(1) Luke Weaver, (2) Megan Whitney, (3) Amanda Peng, (4) Natalie Toews, (5) Henry Fulghum, (6) Gabriel Goncavles.
- Promotion talk by Dr. Greg Wilson
Dr. Greg Wilson recently gave a promotion talk for consideration to full professor in the Department of Biology at UW, entitled, “The ecological context of mammalian evolution.” You can watch a video of Greg’s talk here or by clicking the link below.
Photo credits: Alex Brannick, UW Biology