Here, Linh and I give an invited review on the recent characterization of sleep in jellyfish by Nath and colleagues (2017) Current Biology. Speaking of Linh….
Congratulations on graduating and for the next big steps in your life. I still wish you were staying around for a PhD, but am excited to hear of your adventures to come. You’re amazing!
Part of a Special Issue on “Wild Clocks”, we outline the methodologies involved for measuring “Wild Sleep”:
Niels Rattenborg, Horacio de la Iglesia, Bart Kempenaers, John Lesku, Peter Meerlo and Madeleine Scriba, “Sleep research goes wild: new methods and approaches to investigate the ecology, evolution and functions of sleep”.
This makes for an excellent companion piece to our article in Trends in Ecology & Evolution on the need to ‘go wild’ (Aulsebrook et al. 2016).
Congratulations to Shauni Omond, Linh Ly and colleagues for the newly-published paper in the journal Sleep demonstrating sleep in platyhelminth flatworms!
Congratulations, Ryan Tisdale, on your latest publication!
Linh Ly just successfully defended her Honours thesis on the “Activity patterns of jellyfish“. Well done, Linh, on the well deserved first-class Honours!
…now both – officially – Bachelors of Science (Hons)!
Many thanks to La Trobe University for the promotion to Senior Lecturer. Thanks also to the Department of Ecology, Environment and Evolution and School of Life Sciences for unending support!