About EEB

The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) Interdisciplinary Doctoral Degree Program integrates independent research programs related to the disciplines of ecology and evolutionary biology to heighten awareness of this important area of biological research within Texas A&M University.

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News & Announcements

. . . EEB core faculty member Dr. Anja Schulze (MARB) and her Ph.D. student Candace Grimes attended the third meeting of the Global Invertebrate Genomics Alliance (GIGA III) on the beautiful island of Curaçao.  Read more >>

. . . Several paleo-faculty associated with EEB are giving talks/posters at the Geological Society of America annual meeting  in Indianapolis November 4-7.  Michelle Lawing, Anne Raymond, Christina Belanger and David Bapst and their students will be speaking. See scheduled talks/posters here.

. . . Dr. Kirk Winemiller received the American Fisheries Society Award of Excellence. Dr. Winemiller was also named a 2018 Ecological Society of America fellow.

. . . Agrilife Today: “Dr. Dan Fitzgerald has been awarded the Haldane Prize by the British Ecological Society for his work as lead author of a 2017 paper completed during his time as a doctoral student in the Texas A&M University department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, College Station.”

. . . Check out the latest papers from the Winemiller lab.

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Spotlight:  Leila Siciliano-Martina

Student Spotlight:  Leila Siciliano-Martina is a third year PhD student interested in evolutionary changes in the morphology of mammal species due to anthropogenic drivers. She has a masters degree in zoology from Michigan State University, where she studied maternal relationships and stress behaviors in captive giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis).

Spotlight:  Kira Delmore

Faculty Spotlight:  Kira Delmore joined the faculty of Biology in September 2018 and is a new core faculty member of EEB. Dr. Delmore obtained her BSCH, MA and PhD at universities in Canada before spending 3 years as a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in northern Germany. Her research is motivated by understanding where diversity originated in the natural world and how it is maintained. She is inspired by the varied ways in which hybrid zones can be used to understand this topic.

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Upcoming Events

Mon 26

EEB Seminar Series Fall 2018 – James Nieh

November 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dec 03