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Presented By: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

EEB dissertation defense: Host-parasite and parasite-parasite interactions drive disease dynamics at multiple levels of biological organization

Katherine McLean, U-M EEB Graduate Student

A magnified image of a single Daphnia, which is tiny shrimp-like bug with a single large eye and a transparent body. Parasites are visible inside its body. Image credit: Marcin Dziuba A magnified image of a single Daphnia, which is tiny shrimp-like bug with a single large eye and a transparent body. Parasites are visible inside its body. Image credit: Marcin Dziuba
A magnified image of a single Daphnia, which is tiny shrimp-like bug with a single large eye and a transparent body. Parasites are visible inside its body. Image credit: Marcin Dziuba
This event is in-person and will be livestreamed on Zoom, see link on this page.

Please reach out to eeb.gradcoord@umich.edu at least two hours in advance for the link.

Image credit: Marcin Dziuba
A magnified image of a single Daphnia, which is tiny shrimp-like bug with a single large eye and a transparent body. Parasites are visible inside its body. Image credit: Marcin Dziuba A magnified image of a single Daphnia, which is tiny shrimp-like bug with a single large eye and a transparent body. Parasites are visible inside its body. Image credit: Marcin Dziuba
A magnified image of a single Daphnia, which is tiny shrimp-like bug with a single large eye and a transparent body. Parasites are visible inside its body. Image credit: Marcin Dziuba

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