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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

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Margaret McFall-Ngai, professor and director of the Pacific Biosciences Research Center, is the only woman at the University of Hawaiʻi who is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. In her inaugural article published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, commemorating her induction into one of the country’s most distinguished scientific groups, she and…
Recently, representatives from islands across the Pacific gathered on Guam to develop approaches to increase participation of Pacific Islanders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Michael Hadfield, biology professor emeritus at the Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and Joni Quenga Kerr, associate professor of science at Guam Community College were awarded a collaborative grant…
Scientists, including Tina Weatherby with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST), published a study wherein they reconstructed the skin of endangered green turtles, marking the first time that skin of a non-mammal was successfully engineered in a laboratory. In turn, the scientists were able to grow a tumor-associated virus to better…
Thursday, 15 June 2017

Robert Richmond New Zealand Geographic Video Featured

Robert Richmond was invited by the Pew Foundation to meet with the NewZealand Government in support of their proposal to establish the KermadecIslands as one of the world's largest Marine Protected Areas. View thisvideo produced by New Zealand Geographic for more information:https://www.facebook.com/NewZealandGeographic/videos/10155416258894100/
When Dr. Kiana Frank was a young girl growing up in Kailua, Ko‘olaupoko, O‘ahu, her great-grandmother shared a mo‘olelo (oral history) with her about sweet-tasting mud in nearby Kawainui Marsh. Her quest to find this legendary lepo ‘ai ‘ia was her first step toward a career as one of Hawai‘i’s experts in aquatic microbes and the role they play in…
A cohort of 12 Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island undergraduate students arrived at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in May to participate in a summer research internship called Environmental Biology for Pacific Islanders, hosted by UH Mānoa’s Pacific Biosciences Research Center (PBRC). The opportunity, funded for three years by the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program,…
Narrissa Spies, a PhD candidate at PBRC’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory, recently traveled to New York to speak about her work on ocean protections. She was invited to participate in a panel of experts to make the case for marine protected areas, as part of a side event in preparation for the upcoming UN Ocean Conference. Her presentation focused on the…
Monday, 13 March 2017

Rat lungworm Disease in Hawaii

Dr. Robert Cowie of PBRC discusses the rat lungworm problem in Hawaii in aninterview for ThinkTechHawaii that aired live on 10 March 2017. The ratlungworm is a parasite with a natural life cycle that involves snails andrats as hosts. However, if someone eats a raw or undercooked snail or slugthey can become infected by the parasite, which moves to the…
Dr. Christie Wilcox, a Yanagihara lab Post-Doctoral Scientist, has published a new non-fiction popular science book on venom. Her book and current UH-based research were featured on this week's Bytemarks Cafe on HPR. Dr. Wilcox has been working under PBRC faculty member Dr. Angel Yanagihara for just over one and a half years, studying box jelly venom pathophysiology and developing…
An international team of scientists led by University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa researcher Joanne Yew may have discovered a new and effective way to control insect pests that are a threat to agriculture and humans. Yew and her team identified a gene in vinegar flies responsible for the insect’s waterproof coating, which provides them protection from microbes and environmental stress.…
Wednesday, 08 June 2016

NSF STEM Workshop

Recognizing and removing barriers to STEM education for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. With support from a National Science Foundation grant, the Pacific Biosciences Research Center at UHM hosted a two-day workshop on June 1 and 2, 2016 to explore, in depth, the causes underlying the large disparity in numbers of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) vs. the general…
Wednesday, 01 June 2016

Microbiome Initiative Featured

PBRC Director Margaret McFall-Ngai was present at the White House in Washington, DC, when the Office of Science and Technology Policy announced a National Microbiome Initiative on May 13. Dr. McFall-Ngai and other PBRC/SOEST faculty members will collaborate with researchers from other units in a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa microbiome initiative. See more details in the UH press release:http://manoa.hawaii.edu/news/article.php?aId=7931
Angel Yanagihara, Assistant Research Professor in the Bekesy Laboratory ofNeurobiology, PBRC, SOEST, has been newly selected as a FulbrightSpecialist by the J. William Fulbright Council for International Exchangeof Scholars, on behalf of the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs ofthe U.S. Department of State.As the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by theU.S. government, the Fulbright Specialists Program (FSP) is…
PBRC/Kewalo Marine Laboratory receives new NSF award. NSF just approved and funded a regional STEM education grant entitled: NSF-ATE: Partnership for Advanced Marine and Environmental Science Training for Pacific Islanders. This grant, supported by $900,000 in funds over three years, will enhance marine and environmental science education at the five minority-serving community colleges of the Pacific Islands: American Samoa Community…
Tuesday, 01 December 2015

9th Annual Robert E. Kane Lecture 2015 Featured

Dr. Nicole Dubilier Director of the Symbiosis Department Max-Planck-Institute for Marine Microbiology and Professor for Microbial Symbiosis University of Bremen, Germany “The Art of Harnessing Chemosynthesis: The remarkable diversity of symbioses between marine invertebrates and chemosynthetic bacteria.” 3:30 P.M. Friday, October 30, 2015 Reception to follow. The Library The Kewalo Marine Laboratory 41 Ahui Street Honolulu, HI 96813 Nicole Dubilier…
Recent articles in Science and Nature argue for the creation of an international effort to study the earth's microbiome. An International Microbiome Initiative (IMI) is needed, argue researchers from China, the United States and Europe in a Comment piece in this week’s Nature. “Earth’s biome is not defined by national borders”, write Nicole Dubilier, Margaret McFall-Ngai and Liping Zhao; in…
Before the advent of molecular methods to identify non-culturable bacteria, symbiosis was thought to be a unusual character in animals, i.e., restricted to a few species, such as hydrothermal vent animals, termites and some luminous fish and squid. While these associations continue to provide ideal study subjects for the phenomenon of symbiosis, the technological advances of high-throughput sequencing have revealed…
International collaboration demonstrates catastrophic extinction of biodiversity in Hawai‘i and globally Hawai‘i has been called the “extinction capital of the world.” But, with the exception of the islands’ birds, there has until now been no accurate assessment of the true level of this catastrophic loss. Invertebrates (insects, snails, spiders, etc.) constitute the vast majority of the species that make up…
Wednesday, 03 June 2015

PBRC Welcomes Three New Faculty Members Featured

The Pacific Biosciences Research Center (PBRC) is very pleased to welcome three new faculty members: Drs. Joanne Yew, Margaret McFall-Ngai, and Edward (Ned) Ruby. Dr. Yew joined PBRC on April 7, 2015 from the Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory and the National University of Singapore. Drs. McFall-Ngai and Ruby are returning to PBRC after spending ten years at the University of…
The US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), offers a Summer Fellowship Program for university faculty members willing to increase conservation career awareness on their campus through projects or enrichment of the STEM curricula. Dr. Healani Chang received a 6-week Faculty Fellowship to work with her host Lorena “Tap” Wada, Field Biologist, at the Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge, Kalaeloa Unit.…
Monday, 19 May 2014

Hadfield Named Professor Emeritus Featured

On March 20, 2014, the UH Board of Regents bestowed to Dr. Michael G. Hadfield, of PBRC and Kewalo Marine Lab, the high honor of being recognized as a Professor Emeritus, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Dr. Hadfield retired on October 1, 2013 after 45 years of distinguished service at UH Mānoa.
PBRC box jelly researcher, Dr. Angel Yanagihara, and her research training program were recently featured in the Lifestyle column of Midweek. Yanagihara takes her training of undergraduate students, graduate students, and technicians seriously as the box jellies can deliver potent stings during their handling while collecting and preparing samples. Read more about her research and training program in Midweek.
The UH ʻIlima SACNAS Chapter recently hosted its first Science Symposium on Saturday, May 3 at the UH Mānoa Campus Center. SACNAS, Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, is dedicated to advancing underrepresented minorities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). UH ʻIlima SACNAS is Oʻahu's local chapter, comprised of more than 100 students, faculty,…
Perhaps if your name is Rip van Winkle you are not aware that the cod are gone. Not so for the towns and cities of New England and Atlantic Canada for which this and other fisheries have been the mainstay of the economy for hundreds of years. But recently, the mega decline in cod and other fisheries across the North…
PBRC will be well-represented at the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, to be held at the Hawaiʻi Convention Center from February 23-28, with six researchers and graduate students from the Richmond Lab, and three researchers, two graduate students, and three undergraduate students from the Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology presenting their research at this international meeting. Dr. Robert Richmond, Director of Kewalo…
A species of coral never before seen around the main Hawaiian Islands has been discovered off the South Kona coast by a research team from the DLNR Division of Aquatic Resources. Based on colony morphology and color, the researchers tentatively identified the new coral as Acropora gemmifera, a species of coral found in Australia, the Indo-Pacific, the central and western…
PBRC researcher Dr. Angel Yanagihara and William Gillan, educator at Boynton Beach High School, have produced an interesting and educational video, The Science of the Sting, featuring Yanagihara's research program on the box jelly and a discussion of her experience as a research scientist. Developed with funding from the Mary and Robert Pew Public Education Fund, this outreach project promotes…
Marine biofouling, in which marine organisms such as barnacles, mussels, and tubeworms attach to the exposed surfaces of boats and other structures, is a widespread, and economically significant problem affecting marine industries, including commercial shipping and military vessels. The presence of layers of such fouling organisms on the underside of ships is a costly problem - it increases drag, increases…
Dr. Michael Hadfield of Kewalo Marine Laboratory was recently honored as the first recipient of the M. Patricia Morse Award by the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) at their annual meeting on January 3-7 in Austin, Texas. Dr. Hadfield was recognized for his significant contributions two training programs, funded by the National Science Foundation, aimed at increasing scientific…
On December 13, PBRC held its final All PBRC Meeting for 2013 at the Kewalo Marine Laboratory. At the meeting, many faculty and staff were recognized by Interim Director Dr. Alan Lau for their service to PBRC. Receiving a Service Award, which recognizes full-time faculty and staff who have reached milestones of 10 years or more, were Mr. Dave Au…
Undergraduate student Cierra Howard, a Minorities Access to Research Careers (MARC) Intern in the Holland lab, received first place recognition for her research presented at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Fall Forum on December 7. Working with her Honors and MARC advisor/mentor, Dr. Brenden Holland, Howard has focused her project on the endemic Oʻahu tree snail, Auriculella diaphana. She…
Ms. Jaynee Kim, a Zoology Master's degree student in Robert Cowie's lab, successfully defended her thesis entitled "The rat lungworm, Angiostrongylus cantonensis: Intermediate hosts and distribution in Hawaiʻi". Kim presented her research at a public seminar on December 3. Congratulations to Jaynee and the Cowie lab!
Robert Cowie, PBRC Research Professor, recently co-organized and attended the Third International Rat Lungworm Workshop in Guangzhou, China. The workshop, held at Sun Yat-Sen University on 22-25 November, brought together researchers from around the world who presented their most recent research on the biology and genomics of the parasite, methods of detecting the parasite in hosts, interactions between the parasite…
PBRC researchers Luciano Chiaverano, Angel Yanagihara, and Brenden Holland recently published their research article investigating the long-term trends in abundance of box jellyfish and its correlation with environmental variability in the open-access journal PLOS One.Their study, which expanded on jellyfish beach count efforts initiated by Honolulu lifeguard Landy Blair in the 1980s, includes data collected over 14 years, from January…
A recent research article stemming from the dissertation work of former Cowie Ph.D. student Marty Meyer has been selected as the "Editor's Choice" for the November 2013 issue of the journal Biotropica.In his research, Meyer looked at the role of the most abundant species (native and non-native) of terrestrial molluscs (snails and slugs) in nutrient cycling, through litter decomposition, in…
The Holland Lab at PBRC received and dissected the dead Boa constrictor that was reported to and picked up by the Hawaiʻi Department of Agriculture (HDOA) on the Pali Highway in recent weeks. The frozen carcass was provided to PBRC's Hawaiian Tree Snail Conservation Lab (HTSCL) by the HDOA Plant Quarantine Facility. Dr. Brenden Holland and his doctoral student Melissa…
Conservation efforts with Cyanea horrida, also known by its Hawaiian name holokea, by the Olinda Rare Plant Propagation Facility was recently featured in an article published in ARKive – Conservation in Action. The Olinda Rare Plant Propagation Facility, administered by the Pacific Biosciences Research Center (PBRC) and operated by Anna Palomino, a research horticulturalist in the Center for Conservation Research…
After an eventful five days, Hawai‘i welcomed back over 50 members of the ‘Ilima SACNAS Chapter at the University of Hawai‘i from the 2013 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Conference in San Antonio, Texas. The event was a consortium of student and professional research presentations in numerous Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics…
Dr. Brenden Holland, Director of the Hawaiian Tree Snail Conservation Lab, and Mr. David Sischo, Snail Extinction Prevention Program (SEPP) Coordinator at the Department of Land and Natural Resources, recently worked together on a translocation project of the rare, endemic Hawaiian tree snail, Achatinella concavospira. Found only at a few locations within the southern Waianae Mountains on the island of…
PBRC Researcher Dr. Angel Yanagihara had the "honor and delight" of serving as the head of the Jellyfish Safety Team during Diana Nyad's recent record-breaking swim across the Florida Strait. Nyad, 64, completed her historic, 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida on her fifth attempt, after being thwarted in previous attempts by excruciating and paralyzing box-jellyfish stings. Yanagihara, a world…
In April 2012, PBRC and the Hawaiʻi Chapter Society for Neuroscience, with additional support from The Cades Foundation and the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation, sponsored the Cellular Neurobiology & Endocrine Signaling Symposium, honoring Emeritus Professor Dr. Ian Cooke. The symposium brought together local, national, and international neurobiology researchers for two days of presentations on neurobiology and endocrine signaling. A website…
The Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance (HCA), a consortium of governmental, educational, and non-profit groups whose mission is to manage the biodiversity of Hawaiʻi's lands and waters, hosted the 21st Annual Conservation Conference from July 16-18 at the Hawaiʻi Convention Center. PBRC has had a long-standing partnership with the HCA, serving as its administrative home and providing leadership within the organization -…
Dr. Angel Yanagihara's research on the box jellyfish's toxin, and her discovery of an effective treatment for their painful stings, was recently featured in the "Innovation" section of Hawaii Business magazine. Her work on cubozoans was also highlighted on WAMC Northeast Public Radio in their "Academic Minute" segment, in which she discusses what makes the toxin of the box jellyfish…
Dr. Robert Cowie served as Guest Editor of a recent special issue of the Hawaiʻi Journal of Medicine & Public Health, featuring research presented at the 2011 Rat Lungworm Disease Scientific Workshop held in Honolulu. Dr. Cowie, of PBRC, and Jim Hollyer, of CTAHR, organized the international workshop to bring together experts in parasitology, disease epidemiology, and patient treatment to…
Dr. Chuong Tran, a Vietnamese immigrant and newly graduated UH Mānoa M.D., was interviewed on KHON2 TV (May 12, 2013). Dr. Tran's first research experience was as an undergraduate in Dr. Rob Cowie's laboratory in PBRC where he worked on field surveys of alien snails and slugs in Hawaiʻi. He co-authored five publications with members of the lab, including three…
Dr. Michael Hadfield, professor at Kewalo Marine Lab, wrote an editorial for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser (May 8, 2013) speaking out against the proposed U.S. military's live-fire training sites on Tinian and Pagan Islands in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The U.S. Marine Corps, Pacific announced its preparations for an Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement of the potential…
A recent article in Honolulu Civil Beat, "Is Hawaii Doing Enough to Engage Kids in Science, Tech, and Math?", highlights the need for Hawai‘i's schools to improve STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education programs in the state, and cites the efforts of PBRC researchers in promoting this type of hands-on, project-based learning philosophy. Dr. Kenneth Kaneshiro, Director of PBRC's…
Dr. Bob Richmond, Kewalo Marine Lab Professor and President of the International Society for Reef Studies, was one of ten leading coral reef researchers to co-author a declaration calling for the Australian government to restrict port developments along coastal regions bordering the Great Barrier Reef. Plans to develop new shipping ports to meet the demands of the booming coal mining…
Dr. Brenden Holland, CCRT Associate Researcher, and Dr. Daniel Rubinoff, UH Mānoa Professor of Entomology, traveled to Guam last month to assist University of Guam (UoG) researchers in their search for rare endemic species of tree snails and butterflies. Accompanying them were UH Mānoa post-doctoral researcher Dr. William Haines and Doctoral Candidate/DLNR Rare Snail Specialist David Sischo. The goal of…