Congratulations to Aleksandra Anoshina and Ana Parra for giving fantastic oral presentations at this year’s “Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Confere...
Congratulations to Britya
Congratulations to Britya Ghosh (collaborator in Mike Gordon’s Lab) for successfully defending her M.Sc. thesis on lactic acid perception in mosquitoes and flies. It’s been a pleasure working with you and can’t wait to see what comes next!
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We are very pleased that Ben has been awarded a 2021 Sloan Foundation Fellowship in Neurosciences, celebrating the hard work of everyone who has been through...
Wishing everyone a very happy holiday from the Mosquito Lab at UBC! It’s been a weird and tough year, but I am proud of this crew for making the best of it ...
Congratulations to Britya Ghosh (collaborator in Mike Gordon’s Lab) for successfully defending her M.Sc. thesis on lactic acid perception in mosquitoes and f...
Congratulations to Dr. Dan Peach and Dr. Yunusa Garba for being recognized with three-year postdoctoral fellowships from the MIchael Smith Foundation for Hea...
Félicitations à Dan pour un article fantastique sur les moustiques du Yukon!
A hearty congratulations to Dan Peach on the publication of the final version of his paper, Modeling the Putative Ancient Distribution of Aedes togoi (Dipter...
Congratulations to Dan Peach on his first ever bioRxiv pre-print, Modelling the Putative Ancient Distribution of the Coastal Rock Pool Mosquito Aedes togoi. ...
Science in style… mosquito style!
The lab is starting to take shape! Benches are in and insectary is hot, humid, and ready for mosquitoes. Big thanks to Dan and Britya for helping to get eve...
We have joined the twenty-first century. Come follow the lab on twitter @BenMatthewsUBC!
Welcome to the new home of the (Ben) Matthews lab in the Department of Zoology at the University of British Columbia. The physical doors will open in Septem...