The Molecular Ecologist Summer Meetings Round-up

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Summer conferences are some of the best places to get up-to-date with your field, meet new collaborators, and hatch new ideas. The Molecular Ecologist contributors will be out in force this year, and we’d like to meet you!

Below you will find a list of all the various meetings that contributors will be attending this summer. Whether you have an idea for the blog, wrote a new paper you want to discuss, desire one of those sweet mugs, or want to do a guest post yourself, contact us via the “contributors” section on this page and let’s chat!

 

APRIL

15-17: EVO-WIBO – Jeremy Yoder

 

MAY

3-6: ConGenOmics (Vairão, Portugal) – Patrícia Pečnerová

11-14: International Conference on Polyploidy, Hybridization, and Biodiversity (Rovinj, Croatia) – Rob Denton

 

JUNE

17-21: Evolution 2016 (Austin, Texas) – Rob Denton, Stacy Krueger-Hadfield, Arun Sethuraman, Katie Everson, Melissa DeBiasse, Jeremy Yoder, Ethan Linck

22-25: International Society for Evolution, Medicine & Public Health (Durham, NC) – Noah Snyder-Mackler

24-28: American Society of Mammalogists Meeting (Minneapolis, MN) – Katie Everson

 

JULY

6-10: Joint Meeting of Icthyologists and Herpetologists (New Orleans, Louisiana) – Rob Denton, Melissa DeBiasse

 

AUGUST

21-27: Joint meeting of the International Primatological Society and the American Society of Primatologists (Chicago, IL) – Noah Snyder-Mackler

 

SEPTEMBER

14-16: 7th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology (Oxford, UK) – Patrícia Pečnerová

25-29: International Conference on Malaria and Related Haemosporidian Parasites of Wildlife (Cappadocia, Turkey) – Elin Videvall

 

We’ll see you there!

 

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About Rob Denton

I'm a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at UConn. I'm most interested in understanding the evolutionary/ecological consequences of strange reproduction in salamanders (unisexual Ambystoma). Topics I'm likely to write about: population and landscape genetics, mitonuclear interactions, polyploidy, and reptiles/amphibians.
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