[Blueboard] Department of Biology Colloquium Series: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 4:30-6:00 PM, SOM210

Noelyn I. Bonagua nbonagua at ateneo.edu
Mon Jul 7 09:20:38 PHT 2014

The Ateneo community is cordially invited to a talk:

*"Using leaf-litter arthropods to understand landscape history, both recent
and ancient"*

       SPEAKER:  *Ronald M. Clouse, Ph.D.,*

Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics,

University of North Carolina at Charlotte


Department of Biology Colloquium Series

SOM 210 (John Gokongwei School of Management)

July 09, 2014 (Wednesday)


Dr.  Ronald M. Clouse obtained his PH.D. in Organismic and Evolutionary
Biology from the Giribet Laboratory, Harvard University, USA in 2010. He
works as a postdoctoral researcher at the American Museum of Natural
History and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His main
research interest are small harvestmen ("Cyphophthalmi") known for their
extremely poor dispersal abilities and ants. He also works on these and
other invertebrates in a biogeographical context of the Indo-Pacific.

Dr. Clouse talk will focus on the historical reconstruction of variables
that define landscapes through time using a variety of molecular and
morphological data (i.e., phylogenetics) of terrestrial arthropods.
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