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Maia Rabaa, Ph.D., Oxford University, Clinical Research Unit, Vietnam“Drivers and Impacts of Viral Diversity in Endemic Human Disease, from within-Host to Global Scales”

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Amanda Subalusky, Ph.D., Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies“Animal Migrations and Resource Subsidies Influence River Ecosystem Dynamics”

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Hua Yan, Ph.D., NYU Langone Medical Center, “Title to be announced”

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Sarah Collins, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin“How do Terrestrial Ecosystems Influence Aquatic Communities from Local to Continental Scales?”

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Kerry Geiler-Samerotte, Ph.D., Stanford University “How evolutionary and mechanistic insights from budding yeast inform genotype to phenotype maps”

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Leslie Babonis, Ph.D.,Whitney Lab for Marine Bioscience | University of Florida, “Understanding novelty, one cell at a time”

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Chris Martine, Ph.D., Bucknell University, “#SciComm, media relations, and a botanist on Mars: How to get more than 20 strangers to hear about your latest research when it’s not published in Nature or Science.”

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Jessica Hines, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Jena-Halle-Leipzig, “Biodiversity and the functioning of ecosystems: Connected problems or connected solutions?”

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Mamiko Yajima, Ph.D., Brown University,“Changing the cell fate through an asymmetric cell division”

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Christopher Fernandez, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Department of Plant Biology, “Moving beyond the Black-Box: Microbial Traits, Community Structure, & Biogeochemical Cycling in Forest Soils”

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Exit Seminar: “Cat-Gap Carnivorans of Florida: Understanding Ecomorphology and Diversity”, Sharon Holte

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Gareth Fraser, Ph.D., University of Sheffield | United Kingdom,“EvoDevOmics and the developmental basis of tooth regeneration in sharks”

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Mike Perry, Ph.D., New York University, “The molecular basis of insect visual system development and evolution”

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Daniel Reuman, Ph.D., University of Kansas, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology,“Studies of synchrony as examples of mathematics as biology’s next microscope”

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Rajendhran Rajakumar, Ph.D., Harvard University-Medical School, “From Model Organism to Superorganism: Integrating Ecology, Evolution, and Development”

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Christina Zakas, Ph.D., New York University, “Finding the genetic basis of developmental evolution using a polychaete”

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Hua Yan, Ph.D., NYU Langone Medical Center, “Generating genetic tools in ants to study social behavior and neural development”

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