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The Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook was founded in 1969 and was one of the first departments of its kind in the world. The department and graduate program has an international reputation in the fields of evolutionary biology and ecology...
Colloquium Calendar for Fall semester 2014
8/27/2014 (4:30pm), Introductory Ecology and Evolution Meeting

9/3/2014, Windsor Aguirre, "Tinkering with Form and Function: Insights from the Threespine Stickleback and Neotropical Fishes"

9/10/2014, Melanie Hopkins, "Mosaic evolution and modularity in the fossil record"

9/17/2014, Deniz Erezyilmaz, "TBD"

9/24/2014, Dave Matus, "Exploring the evolution of cell invasive behavior: insights from nematode uterine-vulval development"

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Moore received a $318,455 grant from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to study skin immune proteins as predictors of resistance against white-nose syndrome with her colleagues Dr. Dávalos (SBU) and Dr. Russell (GVSU, MI).
Patricia C. Wright Named 2014 Indianapolis Prize Winner.
For her heroic and selfless dedication to protecting the lemurs, ecosystems and people of Madagascar, Dr. Wright has earned the 2014 Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation.
May 8, Laurel Yohe has won the highly competitive American Society of Mammalogy Grant in Aid of research for her project on the evolution of olfactory receptors in frugivorous phyllostomids.
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