CNS "Connections" spotlights: hyena research blog; mitochondrial research news
The College of Natural Science "Connections" newsletter (Fall '08) spotlights the following Zoology-related articles: Check them out at Connections
"From Kenya to your computer: students share experiences in the field"
The Holekamp Lab students share insightful (and often humorous) experiences while conducting hyena research at the Masai Mara National Reserve. Current blog contributers include: Leslie Curren, Andy Flies, and Kate Shaw.
"Understanding mitochondrial regulation of health and disease"
Dr. Kyle Miller, assistant professor of Zoology, focuses on research involving the transport of damaged mitochondria in neurons, which may lead to new drugs for treating Parkinson's Disease and other neurological diseases.
See also: mitoscimed.msu.edu