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Pamela Diggle

Professor and Associate Department Head

Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Botany

Tim Tsai

Masters student

Interests: Diversification of nectaries in Pelargonium.

Tim.Tsai@uconn.edu

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I am always looking for enthusiastic and motivated students. Contact pamela.diggle@uconn.edu.

Past graduate students and postdocs

 

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Dr. Robert Baker

PhD 2012

Dissertation: Microevolution and development of Mimulus guttatus shoot architecture

Currently an NIH/NSF Post doc at the University of Wyoming

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Dr. Chi Chih Wu

PhD2012

Dissertation: Development and evolution of teosinte

Currently a post doc at UpsallaUniversity

cwu2005@gate.sinica.edu.tw

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Dr. Claire Lay

PhD 2011

Dissertation: The good, the bad and the flexible: interactions of Erysimum capitatum with pollinators and herbivores over space and time

Currently a statistician at Strauss Consulting in Boulder

Colorado.bokomaru4@gmail.com

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Dr. April Randle

Post doc 2009-2010

Floral dimorphism in andromonoecious Apiaceae

Currently a lecturer at the University of San Francisco

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Dr. Erin Bissell

PhD 2011

Dissertation: Modularity in Nicotiana: A quantitative genetic approach to developmental integration

Currently a lecturer at Metropolitan State University in Denver

Coloradoebissell@msudenver.edu

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Dr. Jill Miller

Post doc 2001-2003

The evolution of andromonoecy in Solanum

Currently an Associate Professor and Department Chair at Amherst College

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Caroline Mitchell

MS 2003

Thesis: Breaking down dioecy: morphology, phylogeny, and developmental evolution of unisexual flowers

Currently

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Christopher Meloche

PhD 2001

Dissertation: Preformation and carbon allocation in alpine avens (Acomastylis rossii)

Currently: Associate Professor at Metropolitan State University in Denver

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J. Philip Gibson

PhD 1995D

issertation: Evolutionary ecology of reproduction in Ocotea tenera (Lauraceae), a gynodioecious tropical tree

Currently an Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma

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