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GSAC at the Evolution 2017 meeting
From left: Jodie Wiggins, Melissa E. Kemp, Aide Macias Muñoz, Megan Kobiela, Cathy Rushworth, Daren Card
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Member 2017-2019, Chair 2018
jodiewiggins18 [at] gmail.com
I am a postdoc at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville working with the Phylotastic project. I am interested in all things evolution and am currently working to develop classroom resources to make the biological tree of life more accessible.
Member 2016-2018, Chair 2017
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota studying how animals respond to toxins, both natural and anthropogenic in origin.
I am a PhD student in Todd Castoe’s lab at the University of Texas, Arlington, where I am working to understand the genetics of adaptation in natural vertebrate populations.
I am a PhD student in Evolutionary Genomics and Zoology at the University of Oslo (Norway). I study evolutionary processes and genome architecture in cryptic species complexes.
Member 2018-2020, Chair 2019
I am a PhD candidate at Florida State University studying the maintenance of variation in life history and behavioral strategies in fish.
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Pittsburgh where I am currently studying reproductive coevolution and its potential for driving speciation in butterflies.
Melissa E. Kemp
Aide Macias Muñoz