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Eva’s paper, The magnitude of Allee effects varies across Allee mechanisms but not taxonomic groups, is now available in Oikos. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.10386

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Lauren has a new paper out from her dissertation work, Ranavirus and helminth parasite co-infection in invasive American bullfrogs in the Atlantic forest, Brazil. It is now available in the International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijppaw.2024.100924

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Dr. Ash has joined the Kramer lab from Middlebury College. She is taking the lead on our study of how high resolution satellite imagery may improve models of Aedes aegypti abundance in the U.S.

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Dr. Eva Muir has successfully defended her dissertation and is on to a position with Bishop Burton College in Yorkshire, England. Congratulations Eva, we will miss you.

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The Kramer lab is recruiting a postdoc to work on a recently funded Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases grant from USDA.

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Shea, Eva, and Austin all present research at ESA in Portland.

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Dr. Panda has joined the Kramer lab from Mississippi State University. He will be working on applying high resolution satellite imagery to models of Aedes aegypti in Florida.

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Drew and Austin will be joining the “Sustainable Living” radio show on 88.5 WMNF Tampa for the July 31st show. We will talk about invasive species in Florida, with particular focus on economic costs and invasive birds.

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Eva’s poster received a People’s Choice award and Austin has a dissertation completion fellowship for fall. Congratulations!

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Article in Florida Scientist.

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