Dr. Roundy and a number of his students were funded with a group of universities and government research agencies for a project called SageSTEP. The research is a scientific approach to managing the somewhat threatened sagebrush steppe ecosystem, which covers millions of acres in the western U.S.
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association, a nonprofit organization representing and supporting members of the athletic training profession, inducted BYU Exercise Sciences Professor David O. Draper into its prestigious Hall of Fame last week.
Dr. Thor Veen, Research Fellow, Integrative Biology, University of Texas at Austin
“The Role of Sensory Adaption in Driving Diversification”
Dr. Louis Flamand, Universite Laval
“Ensuring Persistence Through Immune Evasion and Chromosomal Integration: How Human Herpesvirus 6 Does It?"
Dr. Russ Teichert
“Classifying Cell Types in the Nervous System Through Pharmacological Profiling of Genetically Labeled Cells”
Dr. Thiruvarangan Ramaraj, National Center for Genome Resources
“Assembling (Hybrid Strategies) Complex Plant Genomes Using Data from 2nd & 3rd Generation Sequencing Technologies, Physical Maps and Other Upcoming Technologies”
Nalini Nadkarni, director of the Center for Science & Mathematics Education, U. of U.
Professor of environmental studies and forest canopy researcher