Dr. Christine W. Miller received a B.A.
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in Biology from Wesleyan University.
From there she went on to conduct research
in Montana, Georgia,
America, and Africa.
She received a National
Fellowship, and multiple
the Smithsonian Institution for
her Ph.D. research at the
University of Montana.
While at the University of Montana she worked
with Dr. Douglas Emlen on environmental
effects on sexual selection using a tropical
insect species. She worked extensively
at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
in Panama during this time. Dr. Miller finished
her Ph.D. in 2007 and began a faculty
position at the University of Florida. In 2009
she achieved a National Science Foundation
grant for a large project entitled "Selection
in heterogeneous environments, a multi-
perspective". Besides her love of research,
Dr. Miller also enjoys training students in research.
She has mentored over 40 students
graduates in her laboratory in just the past five
Her research spans
the topics of
evolutionary biology, ecology, and
Miller Lab, Fall 2012
From the left: Natalia Pineros, Sydney Roig, Christine Miller, Jennifer Hamel, Daniel Sasson, Wendy Helmey-Hartman, Kirsten Verster, Kristy Guo, Christian Caro, Tony Riggio, Savannah Nease, Pablo Allen.
Not pictured: Ummat Somjee, Scarlett Tudor, Yaneke Paulay, and Isabelle Betancourt.