Ph.D. Students
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Systematics and Taxonomy of the Membracidae tribe Darnini. I am interested in integrative taxonomy using morphological, molecular, and biogeographical data to understand the evolution of this group. B.S Biology, M. Sc. Entomology

Stephanie Mafla-Mills

My research explores the biodiversity hotspots of the tropics. I am most interested in the drivers of speciation and genetic, functional and morphological diversity.

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B.S. ICFAI Tech M.S. New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers, The State University of NJ Organismal model: Aeshnidae Manpreet's research involves better understanding how historical events have determined biogeographical patterns. On an organismal level, she wants to know how large scale climatic changes have driven biogeographical evolution of the strongest dragonfly fliers-Aeshnidae. Email: MKK24 [at] NJIT.edu Twitter: @MpreetKohli

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My work focuses on the systematics and evolution of early termite groups (Termitoidea). I am particularly interested in the termite diet, and its role in shaping the behavior, morphology, and the evolution of eusociality within this group. I am also an experienced natural illustrator, as I believe that a vital key to understanding science is through a careful, yet artistic lens. B.S Rutgers, The State University of NJ and New Jersey Institute of Technology Illustrations and entomology

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Stephanie Mafla-Mills

My research explores the biodiversity hotspots of the tropics. I am most interested in the drivers of speciation and genetic, functional and morphological diversity.