Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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”Early career scientists often get fewer invitations than established scientists, but are doing some of the most exciting cutting-edge work.” ~Elizabeth Tibbetts
“We've been coming up with new initiatives and opportunities for graduate students to receive support, both from each other and the department more generally." ~ Jill Myers, GREEBs president
Dissecting the changing “fitness landscape” across environments helps decode evolution
Organisms live in frequently changing environments, which affect their evolution. For instance, pathogens respond and evolve differently in different drug environments. Finding general rules governing the environmental impacts of mutations is thus important for understanding and predicting evolution.
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