He recently spoke to Terp alumni magazine about what we don’t know about sound, how his research could help fill those gaps and how he switches between the lab and the stage.
Carroll has served as executive producer or presenter on more than a dozen feature documentary films.
Lips’ work at the NSF will build on her extensive science policy work. She was a Jefferson Science Fellow from 2016-18, working with the U.S. Department of State both domestically and internationally (in Colombia).
She is an undergraduate researcher in the lab of Assistant Professor Melissa Caras, where she studies the neural basis of sensory plasticity and perceptual learning.
Distinguished University Professor Bill Fagan and Ph.D. student Anshuman Swain built a new framework for understanding bacterial community interactions and evolution. Their work was published in the January 4, 2022 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.