Janelia Journal Club #1

Summary

Alyson Yee and I gave the first presentation of the Janelia Undergrad program. The paper tried to tease apart the different aspects of a songbird's appearance that most influenced behavior of other birds.

Throughout the summer at Janelia Farm, the undergraduates had to present at journal club. Alyson (another undergrad) and I presented at the first journal club. I designed the presentation and it can be seen below.

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