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We strive to understand the evolutionary and ecological mechanisms that generate and maintain biological diversity using population genomics, experimental manipulations, and field studies. Our goal is to not only test basic evolutionary and ecological theory, but also directly inform policy and management decisions that will ultimately determine the fate of biodiversity.

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Congratulations to Amanda Cicchino for being awarded an NSERC Postgraduate Fellowship!

Amanda Cicchino and the world’s coolest frog, Ascaphus truei.

A huge congratulations to Amanda Cicchino for being awarded an NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) Postgraduate Fellowship-Doctoral (PGS-D). This is a highly competitive and prestigious fellowship which is similar to an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in the U.S. Amanda will use this to advance her dissertation research on the conservation genomics and physiology of tailed frogs (Ascaphus). To learn more about Amanda and her research, check out her newly launched website.

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