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ERIN MORDECAI ACCEPTS STANFORD UNIVERSITY FACULTY POSITION

Congratulations to postdoc Erin Mordecai (Charles Mitchell’s lab) for accepting a job as Assistant Professor in Biology at Stanford University. She leaves North Carolina in mid-September and will begin the job in January. She plans to continue her work on the ecological interactions between pathogens, host communities, and climate change. READ MORE >>


LAURA MILLER PRESENTS PLENARY TALK IN JAPAN

Laura Miller (Associate Professor of Biology and Mathematics) presented a Plenary Talk at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology in Osaka, Japan in July. Selected as a Plenary speaker for her “exemplary interdisciplinary science,” Dr. Miller spoke about the mechanics of jellyfish swimming, cilia beating, and the flight of very tiny insects. Several students in the Miller lab, Alexander Hoover, Julia Samson and Nick Battista also gave oral presentations. READ MORE >>


FACULTY JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The Department of Biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications for a Lecturer to teach courses in Ecology/Evolution and Introductory Biology.  READ MORE >>


THIAGO LIMA’S PAPER IS PUBLISHED IN “NATURE COMMUNICATIONS”

Congratulations to Biology graduate student Thiago Lima (Chris Willett’s lab), whose paper entitled: “Higher levels of sex chromosome heteromorphism are associated with markedly stronger reproductive isolation” was just published in the journal Nature Communications. Thiago’s paper explores the importance of the presence and nature of sex chromosomes for the evolution of reproductive isolation across taxa. READ MORE >>


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