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September 27, 2013 - September 29, 2013

University of Virginia
Department of Biology
Mountain Lake Biological Station
September 27-29

We are pleased to announce the 2013 SouthEastern Population Ecology &
Evolutionary Genetics Conference!

SEPEEG is returning to the University of Virginia’s Mountain Lake
Biological Station from September 27-29.  SEPEEG is an excellent
opportunity for students, postdocs, and faculty from across the
southeastern US to gather and discuss their research ideas and ongoing

This year’s keynote address will be given by Dr. Mark Rausher from Duke
University. Dr. Rausher’s work has explored the evolution of floral color,
morphology, and biochemistry at the levels of phenotypes, genes, and
metabolic networks. This integrative approach to the study of adaptation
and speciation, involving both field and lab-based investigation,
perfectly encompasses the focus and goals of the SEPEEG conference.

Registration for all attendees is now open and the registration deadline
will be Friday, August 30.  Registration for the meeting is capped
due to space constraints, so we strongly recommend registering before
the deadline.

Full registration is $125 and covers accommodations at MLBS, meals,
and participant costs.  Thanks to generous support from The American
Society of Naturalists (http://www.amnat.org), we are able provide a
discounted registration rate for a limited number of undergraduate and
graduate student ASN society members on a first come, first serve basis.

For full details and to register, please visit the SEPEEG website:

Questions? Write to us at seepeg2013@virginia.edu

SEPEEG 2013 is sponsored by Princeton University Press, Roberts and
Company Publishers, University of Chicago Press, and Sinauer Associates.


September 27, 2013
September 29, 2013
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Mountain Lake Biological station
Salt Pond Mountain, VA United States
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