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Integrated Training in the Evolution of Development 2

University of Oregon at Eugene

Abstract

The continuing origin of novel form and function characterizes life on Earth. Although changes occur within populations, they transform genomes to alter the development of individuals. While evolution, developmental biology, and genomics are integral to understanding life, virtually all current trainers of graduate students were, themselves, formally trained exclusively as… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Training scientific symposium The Future of Evo-Devo Showcase Highlight 12/18/12
Building Better Trees: Multidimensional optimization algorithms improves accuracy of maximum likelihood phylogenetic inference NSF IGERT 2011 Online Poster Competition Poster 05/05/11
Current Frontiers in the Integration of Evolution, Development and Genomics held November 2009 at Indiana University Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Genetic basis of variation in circadian rhythms Showcase Achievement 03/24/10
Agilent expression microarray for threespine stickleback Showcase Achievement 03/24/10
Functional gene networks in Drosophila Showcase Achievement 03/24/10
Darwin 200: Origins 150 A bicentennial celebration of Charles Darwin Showcase Highlight 12/03/09
Outreach: Fish are What They Eat: Trophic Morphology for Kinder Showcase Highlight 02/16/09
IGERT Mentor is Presidential Early Career Award Winner Showcase Highlight 02/16/09