ioana got yet another grant to support her exciting research on species, speciation, and evolution of Linanthus, a hallmark of evolutionary biology! ioana secured a graduate student grant from the Society of Systematic Biologists; great job!
in the last few weeks, a couple of new papers were published (online), one is a reflection and opinion on species delimitation in most organisms (with a focus on birds); the second paper is related to our Encelia work. Check them out on the papers page
in other great news, Isaac Lichter-Marck will join our lab this summer as a postdoctoral researcher in our collaborative project on Hawaiian plant phylogenomics and historical biogeography. Welcome, Isaac!
join the lab! with support from the NSF, we are looking for a postdoctoral researcher in plant phylogenomics to join the lab. This is part of our collaborative project with Michael Landis, Nina Rønsted, Warren Wagner, Bruce Baldwin, and Will Freyman to develop new models for historical biogeography and test those models in poorly studied Hawaiian plant radiations. For more information, visit this website