2014 Speakers

Amy Iler began a new position as assistant scientist at the Chicago Botanic Garden in November 2016.

Daniel Karp was co-lead author on Loss of Avian Phylogenetic Diversity in Neotropical Agricultural Systems, published in Science Magazine. He discussed some of the results at the 2014 ECSS.

Mike Martin will be starting a tenure-track position as associate professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway on March 1, 2016. He’ll be in the Department of Natural History within the University Museum. While there, he’ll build his own research group and pursue funding to study genomics of plants and animals from herbarium and museum collections using ancient DNA.

Cayelan Carey is in her second year as an assistant professor at Virginia Tech. Her lab has started conducting whole-ecosystem experiments in reservoirs, manipulating redox conditions to study the effects on biogeochemical cycling and plankton food webs.