Craig’s work with Dr. Nei and Dr. Kumar on understanding the reliability of support metrics of a phylogeny is published in Molecular Biology and Evolution. For more information or to read the manuscript in full, see the link below.
Craig and Dr. Kulathinal’s paper discussing the implications of a large mutational target on rapid behavioral change. Check out the paper at BMC Biology Direct here.
Craig and Dr. Kulathinal’s research highlighted in a Discovery news feature looking at animals that humans have inadvertently domesticated! Click here to learn more about these 10 incidents of so called, accidental domestication!
Check out the recent invited blog post, “Taming of the fly,” by Dr. Rob Kulathinal on Craig and Dr. Kulathinal’s recent work on fruit fly domestication.
In collaboration with Michelle Thornton (Central High School, Philadelphia) and a previous undergraduate Hadley King, Craig and Dr. Kulathinal’s curriculum on using behaviroal genetics to understand the link between genotype and phenotype was accepted to GSA Prep. This curriculum, designed for intermediate level Biology students, focuses on connecting physical observations with the immense amounts of data available in model organism databases. For more information, check out the curriculum here.
A first live version of flyDIVaS is now available to the public for testing! flyDIVaS is a database aimed at understanding characteristics of divergence and selection in Drosophila and includes full access to new alignments and PAML results for across the 12 Drosophila species originally released by Clark et al. 2007. Check out flyDIVaS at www.flydivas.info.
Craig presents his work on the genomics of parthenogenesis at the annual Drosophila genetics conference in Chicago. In collaboration with Danny Miller (Hawley Lab; Stowers Institute), Craig has been working on constructing the first draft genome assembly of D. mercatorum, a facultative parthenogenetic species, in order understand the genomic mechanisms underlying parthenogenesis.
Craig and Dr. Kulathinal featured in an article discussing the impact of recently available supercomputers at Temple. Check out the article below.
Supercomputer offers 40-gigabit speeds for university researchers