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ALLELE: Dr. Trisha Wittkopp

Dr. Trisha Wittkopp – University of Michigan “Evolution in Black and White: How Fruit Flies Change Their Spots and Stripes” Patricia Wittkopp is Sally L. Allen and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology as well as Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan. She studies the genetic basis of […]

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ALLELE: Dr. Trisha Wittkopp

Dr. Trisha Wittkopp – University of Michigan “Evolution in Black and White: How Fruit Flies Change Their Spots and Stripes” Patricia Wittkopp is Sally L. Allen and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology as well as Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan. She studies the genetic basis of […]

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ALLELE: Dr. Trisha Wittkopp

Dr. Trisha Wittkopp – University of Michigan “Evolution in Black and White: How Fruit Flies Change Their Spots and Stripes” Patricia Wittkopp is Sally L. Allen and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology as well as Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan. She studies the genetic basis of […]

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ALLELE – Dr. Eileen Hebets

Eileen Hebets is a professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in the School of Biological Sciences and a courtesy faculty member in the Department of Entomology at UNL. Her research group uses arachnids to study a diversity of evolutionary themes, including (i) the evolution and function of animal communication, (ii) animal mating systems, (iii) […]

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ALLELE – Dr. Eileen Hebets

Eileen Hebets is a professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in the School of Biological Sciences and a courtesy faculty member in the Department of Entomology at UNL. Her research group uses arachnids to study a diversity of evolutionary themes, including (i) the evolution and function of animal communication, (ii) animal mating systems, (iii) […]

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ALLELE – Dr. Eileen Hebets

Eileen Hebets is a professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in the School of Biological Sciences and a courtesy faculty member in the Department of Entomology at UNL. Her research group uses arachnids to study a diversity of evolutionary themes, including (i) the evolution and function of animal communication, (ii) animal mating systems, (iii) […]

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ALLELE: “This View of Life: Completing the Darwinian Revolution”

David Sloan Wilson has made foundational contributions to evolutionary theory and its many applications to human affairs. He founded the first campus-wide evolutionary studies program at Binghamton University in 2003, which became a model for similar programs as SUNY New Paltz, the University of  Alabama, and elsewhere. He also co-founded the Evolution Institute in 2007, […]

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