Tricia received an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biology to work on the causes of range expansion in small mammal species in Michigan. Congrats to her and welcome to our research group!
Exciting to start the 30th year of data collection for the Kluane Red Squirrel Project in the Yukon, Canada! Not only was there a lot of training to do for new field technicians but there are many new projects on […]
I am looking for undergraduate or postgraduate students (at UM or anywhere in the world!) to participate in my summer field research. This can involve working on red squirrels in the Yukon as a part of the Kluane Red Squirrel […]
Above is the Dantzer Lab Photo for Fall 2015. We are all imitating the posture of our favorite animal (squirrels). From Left to Right: Sam Bower, Abigail Vallie, Travis Bautista, Zainab Almusawi, Anam Khan, Sarah Westrick, Ben Dantzer, Freya van […]
Happy to announce that we were successful in acquiring some seed money from the MCubed Program at the University of Michigan! This is a really neat program that provides seed funding for interdisciplinary projects among faculty at UM. Our project […]