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EECG Extension: The little plant that could – does epigenetics explain how a freshwater plant lives a salty life?

About the blog author: Anna O’Brien is joining the faculty Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Biomedical Sciences at the University of New Hampshire in March 2022, but is currently a Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Toronto in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB). Anna works in the labs of Profs Megan Frederickson (EEB), Chelsea Rochman (EEB), […]

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EECG Epilogue: Schistocephalus solidus as a puppet master – Can this parasite manipulate the behavior of its threespine stickleback host?

About the Blog Author: Chloé Berger is a Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of integrative and systems biology at Laval University, Québec Canada. She is interested in the molecular mechanisms underlying biodiversity and adaptations of organisms in their environments. During her PhD with Nadia Aubin-Horth, she worked on host behavior manipulation and used molecular/functional approaches […]

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Behind the Science: Bringing a study of genetic adaptation in highland hummingbirds to print

  About the Author: Marisa Lim is a bioinformatics training postdoctoral scholar at the University of California at Davis. Her past research has covered a range of topics from conservation genetics and high-elevation adaptation to species identification tool optimization. Read more on her website! She currently thinks about how to improve computational biology training for researchers […]

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Behind the Science: Capitalizing on NGS to Investigate Adaptations to Global Change in Pikas

About the Author: Katherine Solari is a Postdoctoral researcher and the Associate Director of Genomics for the Program for Conservation Genomics at Stanford University. Her PhD research with Elizabeth Hadly focused on investigating the mechanisms underlying hypoxia tolerance in pikas (genus Ochotona). Her current work with the Program for Conservation Genomics focuses on developing genomic-based tools […]

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EECG Embarkation: More than meets the rattle: What can sensory systems tell us about venom evolution?

**The AGA grants EECG Research Awards each year to graduate and post-doctoral researchers who are at a critical point in their research, where additional funds would allow them to conclude their research project and prepare it for publication. EECG awardees also get the opportunity to hone their science communication and write three posts over their […]

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EECG Embarkation: Genetic basis and spatial variability of climate change adaptation in the common morning glory

**The AGA grants EECG Research Awards each year to graduate and post-doctoral researchers who are at a critical point in their research, where additional funds would allow them to conclude their research project and prepare it for publication. EECG awardees also get the opportunity to hone their science communication and write three posts over their […]

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EECG Embarkation: Listening to the Laupala

**The AGA grants EECG Research Awards each year to graduate and post-doctoral researchers who are at a critical point in their research, where additional funds would allow them to conclude their research project and prepare it for publication. EECG awardees also get the opportunity to hone their science communication and write three posts over their […]

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EECG Embarkation: Seasonal variation in amphibian resistance to chytrid fungi – The project.

**The AGA grants EECG Research Awards each year to graduate and post-doctoral researchers who are at a critical point in their research, where additional funds would allow them to conclude their research project and prepare it for publication. EECG awardees also get the opportunity to hone their science communication and write three posts over their […]

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