USF’s IB professor to speak at the European Society for Evolutionary Biology
TAMPA, Fla. -- University of South Florida’s Associate Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology Gordon Fox, Ph.D., has been invited to be a speaker at the 14th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, Aug. 19-24, 2013. He will be presenting on "Demographic heterogeneity, phenotypic correlation structure and natural selection.”
The Congress will bring together 1300 scientists from around the world to discuss various aspects of research on the subject of evolution. The Conference offers 33 symposia covering genomics, inheritance, natural selection, development, behavior and topics about evolution.
For more information, visit the European Society for Evolutionary Biology website.
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