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Funk lab alumnus Brian Gill lands new postdoc at the University of Arizona!

Congratulations to Funk lab alumnus Dr. Brian Gill who has accepted a position as a Postdoctoral Research Associate with Principal Investigator Michael Bogan in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona. Brian will work on StreamCLIMES, an NSF funded Macrosystems Biology project with the goal of understanding how drying affects stream ecosystems across the southern half of the United States. He will also work locally in Tucson on the biotic impacts of effluent on stream ecosystems with an emphasis on the Santa Cruz river.

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