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Gall Lab presents at HVLSG Meeting

From Left: Lucinda explains our process for building a vocalization library. James, Kalina, and Abby present their work on vegetation structure and background noise levels at the Vassar Ecological Preserve. Everyone rocks the Gall Lab t-shirts!

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New Gall Lab Publication on Noise and Anti-Predator Behavior

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Check out our new publication on the mechanisms underlying altered anti-predator communication in noise in chickadees, titmice, and nuthatches! https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0290330

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Dr. Kelly Ronald visits for a department seminar

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Thanks to Dr. Kelly Ronald for visiting us here at the Gall Lab and for presenting an interesting seminar on the new work happening in her lab!

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Gall Lab Presents at the 2023 Hudson Valley Life Sciences Group Meeting

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Gall Lab seniors Trina Chou (left) and Anjali Krishna (right) kicked off presentation season by presenting their senior thesis work at the Hudson Valley Life Science Group meeting. Next senior talks and poster sessions at Vassar!

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Gall Lab at SICB 2023!

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The Gall Lab is living it up at the SICB 2023 Meeting in Austin, TX!  In attendance are Dr. Gall, Trina Chou and Anjali Krishna. We are seeing lots of great talks and getting to connect with lots of friends … Continue reading

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Dr. Gall talks bird hearing on Pulse of the Planet

Dr. Gall recently talked with Jim Metzner of Pulse of the Planet (formerly a brief NPR segment and now a full length podcast).  Check it out here!

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Dr. Gall talks to NPR about the quiet during COVID-19

Dr. Gall recently appeared on NPR’s All Things Considered to discuss how reduced anthropogenic noise might affect the singing life of birds and other vocal animals. Check it out here!  

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Gall Lab Featured on “As It Happens” from CBC and PRI

Our work on sound propagation and deer browsing has attracted more attention.  Check out Dr. Gall’s interview on “As It Happens” from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Public Radio International.  The interview around the 39 minute mark.

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Gall Lab Featured on Scientific American Podcast

Our recent work on deer browsing and acoustics was featured on the Scientific American podcast: 60-second Science.  Check it out here!

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Gall Lab featured on NPR!

NPR recently interviewed Dr. Gall about her new paper with Gall Lab alums (Tim Boycott and Jingyi Gao).  There is a web piece and there will be a radio piece on All Things Considered!

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