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Ebbs Lab News
PI-Ebbs awarded National Science Foundation Grant
Expanding the ‘community’ in Community Genetics: Infracommunity genomics of duck symbionts to determine the eco-evolutionary factors underpinning holobiont evolution.
Ebbs invited to speak at American Society of Parasitologists meeting
Comparative invasion histories of two North American freshwater snails: Approaches to improving our understanding of snail-trematode invasion dynamics.
Phylogenomics of Schistomatidae published in Pathogens
Bridges to Baccalaureate Summer Program at Purchase
Ebbs second year as a faculty mentor for the Bridges program
Seniors Maria Violante and Crystalie Diaz graduate!
Maria's thesis focused on "Hymenolepid Cestodes of Waterfowl" and Crystalie's on the" Epidemiology of Snail-Trematode Interactions in New York and Southern Connecticut"
Ebbs awarded Fehr Professorship
Robert O. Fehr Research Professorship to support our project on host-parasite invasion dynamics This grant is funded by an endowment from the Heineman Foundation.
Sigma Xi award to Crystalie Diaz for senior project research!
Elysse Craddock award to Maria Violante for senior project research!
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