Monthly Archives: September 2019

Hypoxia and Connectivity in the Developing Vertebrate Nervous System

Each year more than 500,000 infants in the U.S.A. are born prematurely, up to a third of whom will develop a neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD). NDDs range from autism to cerebral palsy and are caused by alterations in brain connectivity. Chronic … Continue reading

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Tate Ackerman studies White-nose Syndrome Decimating Bat Populations

Hi, my name is Tate Ackerman and I am a rising senior studying Biology, History, and Philosophy at the University of Scranton! This past Spring I was awarded a President’s Fellowship for Summer Research to conduct research on local bat … Continue reading

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Faculty Specialist David Ingber shares biting bug expertise with local TV News Audience

Recently, Newswatch 16’s Ryan Leckey teamed up with entomologist and wildlife ecologist Dr. David Ingber, one of the Biology department’s newest faculty to offer tips about keeping biting bugs at bay. You can find some of Dr. Ingber’s approaches for … Continue reading

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