Post Tagged with: "Molly Morris Lab"

Biological & Biomedical Seminar | Spanning the Gap: Linking Evidence to Action in Biodiversity Conservation, Oct. 29

Dr. Natalie Dubois

The Biological & Biomedical Sciences Research Seminar series presents Dr. Natalie Dubois discussing “Spanning the Gap: Linking Evidence to Action in Biodiversity Conservation” on Monday, Oct. 29, at 4 p.m. in Irvine 159. Dubois is a Research Specialist with Environmental Incentives. Abstract: A widely recognized challenge in natural resource management and […]

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October 1, 2018 at 5:00 pmEvents

Morris, Co-Authors Examine Reproductive Tactics of Swordfish at Evolutionarily Stable State

Drs. Oscar Rios-Cardenas and Molly Morris

Dr. Molly Morris, Professor of Biological Sciences, co-authored an article in Animal Behaviour that examined reproductive tactics of swordfish at an evolutionarily stable state. Oscar Rios-Cardenas from Mexico’s Instituto de Ecología and Lisa Bono from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University were the other authors of the […]

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September 9, 2018 at 10:46 amResearch

Morris Article Probes Role of Appetite Regulation in Obesity, Metabolic Disorders in Swordtail Fish

Dr. Molly Morris

Dr. Molly Morris, Professor of Biological Sciences, and her students and collaborators published an article on the role of appetite regulation in obesity and metabolic disorders in swordtail fish in an August 2018 article in Zebrafish. “There is a growing interest in the role of appetite regulation in obesity and metabolic […]

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September 9, 2018 at 10:20 amResearch

Morris and Graduate Students Present at Animal Behavior Society Meetings

From left, Molly R. Morris, Danielle D’ Amore, Hannah Griebling, M. Luke Weinstein, Neil Hamrick, and Meredith Fitschen-Brown.

Dr. Molly R. Morris, Professor of Biological Sciences, traveled with five Ohio University students to Milwaukee to presents at the Animal Behavior Society Meetings, Aug. 2-6 This international conference is attended each year by more than 600 participants from around the world. The research presented covers both basic and applied […]

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August 26, 2018 at 1:06 pmResearch

Morris, Undergrad Students Co-Author Article on Genes Involved in Nutritional Programming in Swordtail Fish

Dr. Molly Morris

Dr. Molly Morris, Professor of Biological Sciences at Ohio University, and students from her lab were co-authors on an article on  “Transcriptome assembly and candidate genes involved in nutritional programming in the swordtail fish Xiphophorus multilineatus” in the journal PeerJ. Two Ohio University undergraduate alumni also were co-authors on the […]

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November 21, 2017 at 10:34 amResearch

Science News Highlights Morris’ Research on Animal ‘Beauty’

Multilineatus mirror image of swordfish

An article headlined “What makes a pretty face? Animals — including people — are innately drawn to beauty, which may be defined by symmetry or health” in Science News for Students highlights work by Dr. Molly R. Morris and colleagues on female mate preference for symmetry in swordtail fishes. Morris […]

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November 1, 2017 at 3:06 pmFaculty in the News In the News

Morris Elected Fellow of Animal Behavior Society

Morris Elected Fellow of Animal Behavior Society

Dr. Molly Morris, Professor of Biological Sciences, was elected fellow of the Animal Behavior Society this summer. The award was presented at the society’s annual meeting in Missouri. She also is an editor for the journal Animal Behaviour. Animal Behaviour is published for the Association for the Study of Animal […]

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August 5, 2016 at 4:04 pmResearch