YIBS Research Spotlight: Dr. Erin Saupe, Donnelley Postdoc

May 3, 2016

Curious about the type of research that goes on at YIBS?

Check out our first YIBS Research Spotlight on Donnelley Postdoctoral Environmental Fellow Erin Saupe. Dr. Saupe studies how life evolved on our planet, with a particular focus on understanding how biogeographical processes impact macroevolution - or large-scale evolutionary change.


YIBS Donnelley Fellow | Dr. Erin Saupe from YIBS on Vimeo.

Visit Dr. Saupe’s research site.

Learn more about YIBS’ Donnelley Postdoctoral Fellows program. 


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