Let SICB 2015 Commence!

When I was a kid, the first week of January used to be such a bummer for me because it meant that the holidays were over. But now the first week of each year means that the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) is underway! The meetings run from January 3rd until January 7th, and there are 30 talks/posters this year about anoles! I won’t be attending this year, as I’m currently based out of Australia (AKA land of no anoles), so I’ll be looking forward to the posts on this blog to hear what’s new and exciting in Anolis research. Stay tuned!

About Martha Muñoz

Martha is a postdoctoral researcher in Sheila Patek's laboratory at Duke University. She received her Ph.D. at Harvard University, where she studyied the evolutionary ecology and thermal physiology of anoles, focusing on the cybotoid anoles from the Dominican Republic. Martha serves as Conference Editor for the Anole Annals. Website: www.marthamunoz.weebly.com

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