A retrospective on 2016

2016 was a productive year for the Ungar Lab. Our visiting graduate researcher, Li- Cheng Hua, received his Ph.D. and is now a postdoc in the Department of Chemisty and Biochemistry working with Professor Ryan Tian.  We have nine wonderful undergraduate honors student...

The “Ungargrads”

  The number of honors undergraduate researchers in the lab has TRIPLED this year! They have all been working hard researching their respective projects and learning how to use everything from the white light confocal microscopes to a DinoLite digital...

End of the semester wrap-up

The Ungar Lab not only started the semester strong, but we are finishing the 2015-2016 school year strong as well. Undergraduates and graduate students in the lab presented their research at the American Association of Physical Anthropology (see pictures below), and...

Presentations at the AAPA 85th Annual Meeting

This week the Ungar Lab will be busy in Atlanta, GA at the American Association of Physical Anthropologists Annual meeting. Two of our graduate students have been chosen to participate in the AAPA COD-WIN Graduate Student Women’s Professional Development Workshop. The...
Happy holidays from the Ungar Lab!

Happy holidays from the Ungar Lab!

    As we end the semester here in Arkansas, we’re getting ready for the holiday season. We hope that your own holidays – be it Hannukah or Christmas or even a happy Saturnalia – are just as wonderful! And don’t forget to have a...