Ole Seehausen, Eawag Center for Ecology, Evolution & Biogeochemistry, Switzerland
Gordon Bennett, University of California, Merced -- The >300 million year history of key innovations and adaptive radiations in plant-sap feeding leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae)
Brian Bowen, Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology
Jim Mallet, Harvard University -- Speciation: Not what we thought it was. Evidence from Heliconius butterflies
Axel Meyer, University of Konstanz, Germany -- Genomics of parallel adaptations and speciation in repeated species flocks of cichlid fishes
Anna Papadopoulou, University of Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus
These speakers were awarded the opportunity to give an oral presentation based on their submitted abstracts. The award includes registration, accommodation, and a travel bursary.
Steve Hunter, University of Wisconsin - Madison -- Phylogeny of the Hawaiian Lobeliads
Matthew Knope, University of Hawaii - Hilo -- A phylogenomic approach to resolve the evolutionary history of the Hawaiian Bidens adaptive radiation
Christopher Martin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Martin Stervander, University of Oregon -- Resource-mediated Divergence of Small- and Large-billed Finches in an Isolated Archipelago
Guinevere Wogan, University of California Berkeley -- The Geography of Speciation and Signatures of Ancient Hybridization and Admixture in the Anolis Lizard Adaptive Radiation of Puerto Rico
Valentina Burskaia, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology -- Tree Incongruence in Closely Related Gammarus Species Genomes
E. Sally Chang, University of Kansas -- Species delimitation of the invasive hydrozoan Cordylophora based on phylogenetic, population genetic, physiological, and genomic evidence
Maeva Gabrielli, Universite Paul Sabatier -- Contributions of gene flow and selection to the genomic landscape of incipient lineages in an island bird
Eric Garcia, University of California Berkeley -- Genomic Analysis of Disjunct Marine Fish Populations of the Northeastern Pacific and Sea of Cortez
Aparna Lajmi, National Centre for Biological Sciences, India -- Climate drives adaptive diversification in a continental radiation of Hemidactylus geckos in Peninsular India
James Stroud, Florida International University -- Complex character displacement driven simultaneously by natural and sexual selection: Insights into the origins of phenotypic diversity in adaptive radiations
- Hawaii Speakers
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