Multiple members of the Dantzer Lab will be presenting at the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sarah Westrick will be giving an oral presentation about her work regarding the proximate causes and fitness consequences of variation in maternal care behavior in red squirrels. Freya van Kesteren will be giving a poster presentation about how maternal stress affects oxidative stress in offspring. Anne Sabol will be giving an oral presentation about some of her undergraduate research about animal personality and social networks in group-living cichlids. Ben will give an oral presentation on the consequences of hormonal pleiotropy on the co-evolution of performance and life history traits. Ben will also introduce and co-host a symposium about the causes of individual variation in social behavior.