Laurel Yohe, a former Undergrad in the Reddy Lab, published a paper from her Fulbright Fellowship: Yohe, L. R., Flanders, J., Duc, H. M., Vu, L., Phung, T. B., Nguyen, Q. H., & Reddy, S. (2014). Unveiling the impact of human influence on species distributions in Vietnam: a case study using babblers (Aves: Timaliidae). Tropical Conservation Science.A press release was posted on Mongabay.com Congratulations Laurel!
September 2014: Heather, Lynika, and Sushma attended the AOU meeting in Estes Park CO. Heather gave a talk entitled "Origin and Diversification of African Leucocytozoon in a global context." Lynika's talk was "Cryptic diversification in widespread species on Madagascar." Sushma was invited to participate in a symposium on Molecular Biogeography and the Classification Crisis and contributed a talk entitled "One step forward, two steps back: taxonomic confusion in tropical Asia."