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Participants in the Summer Microbiology and Research Training (SMaRT) Microbial Observatory for Marine Sponges (MOMS), July 2004 at the Center of Marine Biotechnology. Left to right: Dr. Clay Fuqua, Dr. Feng Chen, Anthony Agyapong, Linda Nwachukwu, Sifat Chowdhury, Shalynn Mills, Susan Jackson, Jacky Kan, Ammar Hanif, Jason Gvazdauskas, Dr. Russell Hill, Olivier Peraud, Dr. Julie Enticknap, Matthew Anderson, Nagla Mohamed, Scott McIntosh.




Kristen Hunter-Cevera (left) and Ph.D student Naomi
Summer Intern Kristen Hunter-Cevera (left) and Ph.D student Naomi Montalvo plating sponge samples immediately after collection.


Shalynn Mills (left) and Ammar Hanif (right) isolate DNA from marine sponges
Shalynn Mills (left) and Ammar Hanif (right) isolate DNA from marine sponges


Shalynn Mills (left) and Ammar Hanif (right) with a sample of the sponge Microciona prolifera to be used for bacterial community analysis.
Shalynn Mills (left) and Ammar Hanif (right) with a sample of the sponge Microciona prolifera to be used for bacterial community analysis.


Naomi Montalvo,Ammar Hanif, and Susan Jackson (left to right). Naomi demonstrates bioinformatics tools for analysis of DNA sequence data obtained from bacteria grown from sponges.
Naomi Montalvo (graduate research assistant), Ammar Hanif and Susan Jackson (left to right). Naomi demonstrates bioinformatics tools for analysis of DNA sequence data obtained from bacteria grown from sponges.



Deeper questions raised by this research?




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