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Feb. 12, 2020
Preserving Diversity in Oceanlife: Malcolm McFarland

Editor's Note: In the Lab is a series that highlights researchers' journeys. Look for their stories inside your newsletter periodically.

Malcolm McFarland, Ph.D., a research associate at FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI) is at the forefront of the ongoing effort to detect new toxic algal blooms and develop ways of combating them.

He specializes in the study of marine phytoplankton populations in both saltwater and freshwater environments. He is also a part of the HBOI team that is developing a revolutionary new underwater holographic microscope under a major multi-year grant from the National Science Foundation. READ MORE.

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Survivorship in Danger

A recent study by Annie Page-Karjian, Ph.D., found that 75 percent of green sea turtles with an infectious tumor-causing disease did not survive even after rehabilitation, regardless of whether or not tumor regrowth occurred. 

Page-Karjian is an assistant research professor from FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. READ MORE.
Choosing the Best Pain Reliever

To help patients and health care providers choose the right pain relievers, researchers from the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine examined the benefits and risks of over-the-counter medication for pain relief such as Aspirin, Tylenol and other non-aspirin relievers. 

Their evidence suggests that healthcare providers and their patients should make individual clinical judgments based on the entire risk factor profile of the patient. READ MORE.
'Only One' Performance

Abigail Howard, senior in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, is the writer and co-director of 'Only One,' a 45-minute play based on the lives of three human trafficking victims and their struggle to break free.

Following the play, a panel of community experts lead a question and answer session on human trafficking.

From left, Rebecca Lili Seide, a graduate student in political science; Alex Athanasiou, 18, thespian; and Sofia Puritz, a junior majoring in theater.

Have You Recently Published a Book?

The research communications team wants to hear about your recently published (after November 2019) book, book chapter or co-authored book or book chapter, for possible inclusion in the Fall 2020  Owl Research & Innovation  magazine and/or newsletter.

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4:30 to 7 p.m., TODAY Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Boca Raton Campus
4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Feb. 18, Schmidt Center Art Gallery, Boca Raton Campus
4 and 7 p.m., Feb. 19, Johnson Education Center, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Fort Pierce
11 a.m. to noon, Feb. 20, Engineering East Building, EE-96, Room 303, Boca Raton Campus
4 to 5:00 p.m., Feb. 21 General Classroom North, 102, Boca Raton Campus
An Pak-Cheung (Edgar), Ph.D.
2019-2020 Senior Design Project Proposal: Paragon 
$1,999
University of Central Florida Board of Trustees
John Scott
USF/PEPSA Regional Training Program 2019-2020 
$16,600
University of South Florida
Brian Lapointe, Ph.D.
Microbial Source Tracking in Lee County Waterways 
$99,000
Lee County
Limited Submissions

Featured, upcoming limited submissions are listed below (with internal application due dates). To access a full list of limited submission funding opportunities and instructions for submitting an internal application, click here.  

Questions about the limited submissions process? Email  limited@fau.edu  


Other Funding Opportunities

Clarification: The below are internal funding opportunities.

Internal application due date:  Feb. 14, 2020

Application due date: Feb. 23, 2020

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