One of the most fulfilling parts of our work with the amphibian genome resource bank is the constant interaction we get with other researchers and partner institutions. It is truly amazing what can be accomplished when everyone works together to achieve a common goal. If you are interested in becoming a collaborator, please contact us using the information found below.
We conduct research aimed at developing assisted reproductive technologies for at-risk amphibian species.
Congratulations to MSU undergraduate student and presidential scholar, Lindsay Culpepper, on winning first place oral presentation at the January 2022 International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS) meeting for her talk on impacts of different culture media during early embryonic development in amphibians. Lindsay is currently a Conservation Physiology Lab Undergraduate Research Scholar.