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Invited Participant List for NIMBioS Investigative Workshop:

Insect Pest Resistance Evolution, November 14-15, 2013

ParticipantInstitutional affiliation
Nina AlpheyZoology, Univ. Oxford
Ruisheng AnEntomology, Ohio State Univ.
Michael CaprioEntomology and Plant Pathology, Mississippi State Univ.
Yolanda ChenPlant and Soil Science, Univ. Vermont
Haridas Chirakkal School of Biological Sciences
*David CrowderEntomology, Washington State Univ., Pullman
*Nicholas A. Friedenberg Applied Biomathematics, Inc., Setauket, NY
Aaron GassmannEntomology, Iowa State Univ.
Luis GordilloMathematics & Statistics, Utah State Univ.
Maya Groner Health Management, Univ. of Prince Edward Island
John Hernandez NopsaPlant Pathology, Kansas State Univ.
Jessica HuaBiological Applications, Univ. of Pittsburgh
Neelendra JoshiEntomology, Pennsylvania State Univ.
Juan Luis Jurat-FuentesEntomology, Univ. Tennesse
Miles LeppingDow AgroSciences
Michael McCarville Entomology, Iowa State Univ.
Emily Mohl Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, Univ. of Minnesota
David Onstad DuPont
Isaac Oyediran Syngenta Biotechnology
James PowellMathematics and Statistics, Utah State Univ.
Ben RaymondFaculty of Life Science, Imperial College, London
Kevin Shoemaker Applied Biomathematics, Inc.
Joe SpencerIllinois Natural History Survey, Univ. Illinois
Nicholas Storer Dow AgroSciences
Brigitte TenhumbergSchool of Biological Sciences, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln
Khai TranPest Resistance Modeling, Syngenta
Ana Maria VelezPost Doctoral Research Associate, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln
Xueying WangMathematics, Washington State Univ.
Alan Willse Monsanto
*Workshop organizers

Updated 11/19/2013

NIMBioS Investigative Workshops include up to 35 participants, of which up to 17 are pre-selected by the organizers; the remainder are selected through an open application process.

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