Phoenix Quinlan was recently spotlighted as an Early Career Researcher

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Phoenix Quinlan, a PhD student in the Neuroscience & Behavior Graduate program and member of Paul Katz’s lab in the Biology Department, was recently spotlighted as an Early Career Researcher by the Journal of Experimental Biology for a paper that she published in that journal titled, State-dependent, visually guided behaviors in the nudibranch Berghia stephanieae, which shows that despite their simple eyes, nudibranchs can use visual cues for navigation. The Katz lab recently received a grant from NIH in collaboration with a lab at Harvard to study how newly born neurons are incorporated into neural circuits in the brain of this mollusc.

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