Brian Coyle’s Senate of Scientists lightning talk from the November 2015 session.
Mike with Diane McTurk, world famous for disporting herself with Giant Otters. Karanambo, Guyana, 2009.
Mike. Cave Creek Canyon, Arizona August 2014.
Mike and former PhD student Sarah Kingston. Uruapan, Mexico, 2008.
Mike on Mt. Roraima, the “Mother of Waters”. Guyana, 2000.
Frontiers in Phylogenetics Symposium, September 2015
Rebecca Dikow begins the symposium
NMNH Associate Director for Science Maureen Kearney welcomes the audience
Anna Savage on frog immunogenomics
Marin Brewer on plant-parasite coevolution
Holly Bik on environment sampling of eukaryotes
Maria Hoffman on tracing salmonella outbreaks at the FDA
Spencer Nyholm on the squid microbiome
Dan Janies on the geography of pathogens
Corrie Moreau on symbiosis in ants
Miguel Pinto on using museum collections to track infectious disease origins
Pam Weisenhorn on the evolution of microbe metabolism
Mike Sorenson on obligate brood parasitism
Mike and Brian head to Guyana, Fall 2014
Brian tries the local fare.
Brian sharing research and conservation plans with undergraduates at University of Guyana
Colleague Chris Milensky teaching local kids about birds.
Colleague Anna Phillips hard at work searching the birds for parasites. She gets especially excited about the tapeworms she finds! More about her work here: http://invertebrates.si.edu/staff/phillips.cfm
Mike at the river.
Royal Amazon Flycatcher
HC’s Trip to Borneo, Spring 2014