The Long Lab welcomes new MS student Savannah Rogers
Savannah Rogers joined the lab in the fall of 2017 to pursue an MS through the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology program at the University of Idaho. Savannah worked in our lab as an undergraduate modeling the importance of termite mounds as thermal refugia to antelope of different body sizes in Mozambique. For her MS research Savannah will be collaborating with the bear center at Washington State University to evaluate the relative contribution of thermoregulatory costs to the energy budget of grizzly bears under current and future climatic conditions. Welcome to graduate research in the lab Savannah!