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Bryan Reatini successfully defended his PhD dissertation in March on the consequences of secondary contact between native and invasive Psidium in the Galápagos, and he presented some of his dissertation work at the Evolution 2021 virtual conference.

The newly minted Dr. Reatini is now off to work on the genetic basis of invasiveness in yellow star-thistle (Centaurea solstitialis), where he will be supported by a postdoctoral fellowship from the NSF Plant Genome Research Program and work the lab of Dr. Katrina Dlugosch at the University of Arizona.

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