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Brian Tsukimura Oct 6
Programming meeting for the meeting in January
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Amy-Charlotte Devitz 2 Jan 19
Looking forward to presenting at on how behavior can facilitate range expansions in Peromyscus mice! My talk is on Monday the 7th at 2:30 in Room 18! Hope to see you there!
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Monica Daley Jan 7
Thanks to everyone for the excellent and inspiring science chats! I always leave inspired! So many excellent student talks this year, I'm in awe of the future of our field!
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James Hicks 19 Oct 18
Faculty position Assoc/Full Professor UC Irvine-Integrative Physiology
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SlicerMorph Jan 7
Thank you and for a wonderful meeting. This was a a first for us. I think attendees enjoyed the 3D morphometrics workshop quite a bit. Looking forward to the pictures. We will be in DC.
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Heather Bracken-Grissom Jan 5
did an amazing job explaining if bioluminecence and light organ arrangement can serve in conspecific recognition
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Brooke Bodensteiner 24 Dec 18
You all may be dreaming about gumdrops and sugarplum fairies but I’m dreaming about tropical mountains and these handsome anoles (boy do I miss them). Check out our paper dropping on Jan 2nd in IOB
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Heather Bracken-Grissom Jan 5
rocked it explaining how diurnal vertical migration impacts visual systems.
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Stephanie M Campos Jan 7
Hey Join me today in session 125, “How Make Animals Do What They Do” at 10:15a in Room 303-304!
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Conor Taff 5 Jan 19
I knew I would forget to pack something important for SICB.
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Brian Tsukimura Jan 8
Our last morning in Austin. Great SICB meeting @ Austin, Texas
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Annette Evans 6 Jan 19
Lunchtime herping around the Tampa convention centre. Nothing says urban herping like this next to a discarded chicken bone...
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Delanie Kirwan Aug 19
I know what I’ll be doing 😁🦈
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Leigha Lynch 1 Jan 19
talk complete! Come learn how useful fragments of degraded can be in producing relationships this Saturday at 11:30! I’m very excited about this research!
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Mike Butcher, Ph.D. 6 Jan 19
I am talking sloths at 3:30. Hang around. P3-62.
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Annette Evans 6 Jan 19
During my lunch walk I also found this up a tree next to one of Tampa Florida’s beautiful air plants!
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Elizabeth Congdon 4 Jan 19
Surrounded by so much STEM talent... gettin my geek on! Lots of young scholars thinking about science outreach and life/work balance in addition to research... yay!!!!!
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Billie J. Swalla 7 Sep 18
Swalla lab submitted 2 abstracts to ! Larval cloning in echinoderms and larval regeneration in hemichordates! Larval theme this year!
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Billie J. Swalla Feb 4
forgot to do a video at the meetings. My wow moment was watching development of hybrid Molgula embryos at Roscoff, France and seeing their tiny tails and otoliths. I still love seeing it, every summer I am there.
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Brian Tsukimura Jan 8
Hanging with friends after a successful meeting @ Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center
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