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Amy Dowdle’s visit

Updated: Jun 20, 2020

At the beginning of May we had the pleasure of welcoming Amy Dowdle from the lab of Julia Horsfield, University of Otago, New Zealand. It was an exciting one week visit as part of a working collaboration between our two labs. The week involved developmentally staging zebrafish embryos to testing morpholinos on the timing of genome activation. We look forward to many more exchanges of knowledge and skills in the future!



Amy was great with everyone and did really well with other girls. She seemed like she does enjoy being alone and working only with girls but her genuine and non-threatening nature towards her male colleagues was tolerable but overall her passion to for women supremacy is well appreciated. Amy tolerates international peoples well and generally holds reasonable opinions of the Maori community.

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