Three Rivers Evolution Event 2017
The first annual Three Rivers Evolutionary Event (TREE) aims to bring together researchers from the areas surrounding Pittsburgh, PA in the common interest of discussing evolution.
TREE is intended to promote the study of evolution in the broadest sense, including observational and experimental studies under natural and controlled conditions. The research of attending members is expected to span viruses, microbes, plants, invertebrates and vertebrates, and include anthropology, epidemiology, developmental biology, ecology, zoology, theoretical, applied, urban ecology, paleontology, and many other specialized research areas.
Individuals from all backgrounds are welcome, and early-career researchers are encouraged to present.
Nathan Clark, University of Pittsburgh Department of Computational and Systems Biology
Vaughn Cooper, University of Pittsburgh Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Dannie Durand, Carnegie Mellon University Department of Biological Sciences
Wook Kim, Duquesne University Department of Biological Sciences and Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
Martin Turcotte, University of Pittsburgh Department of Biological Sciences
Cynthia Beall, Case Western Reserve University Department of Anthropology
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