Haniyeh Zamani is headed to the Society for Freshwater Science annual meeting

The first blog post on this site, and with some excellent news.  Haniyeh Zamani, who has been an undergraduate research assistant on the Host Diversity Project since May 2017, is presenting a poster at this year’s annual meeting for the Society for Freshwater Science! Haniyeh’s research examines how sexual reproduction and gene flow from the egg bank of Daphnia change genetic diversity in those populations.  Haniyeh’s insight has helped shape our host diversity project as a whole, and thanks to her year of hard work, the Duffy lab can now quickly and easily genotype Daphnia.

Thanks Haniyeh!

Haniyeh Zamani | undergraduate research assistant