Desiree Harpel

Doctoral student Florida State University
Primary office:
Haworth Hall


Advisor: Jamie Walters
Research Interests: Proteomics
Hometown: St. Louis, MO

Education:

  • BS Wildlife Biology, Kansas State University

Fellowships:

  • Harpel, Desiree. Undergraduate Research Mentoring Fellowship. Kansas State University. $15,000. 12 mo. 05/12-05/13.

Presentations:

  • Harpel, Desiree L. Species boundaries and hybrid zones of a recently diverged species complex. Lightening Talk, Manhattan, August 2012. Invited Speaker.
  • Harpel, Desiree L and Marshall, Jeremy. Species boundaries and bybrid zones of a recently diverged species complex. Ecological Genetics Symposium, Kansas City, KS, October 2012. Poster Presentation.

 

Attendance at Regional, National, & International Workshops, Symposia & Meetings:

  • Harpel, Desiree. 19th Summer of Statistical Genetics: Modules 1, 4, and 7.  Travel Grant awarded from . July 17-23rd.
  • Harpel, Desiree. Non-model Genomics Workshop. Travel Grant awarded. July 24-26.

Minor Grants

  • Harpel, Desiree. Ecological Grassland Studies. Kansas State University. $2300. May 18-June 15, 2012.
  • Harpel, Desiree. Entomological Summer Scholarship. University of Kansas. $5500. May-August, 2014

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