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3MT: Dan Peach

May 16, 2016
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SFU's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) finals took place on March 14, 2016. Dan Peach, Biology, spoke on "Floral Foraging Ecology of Mosquitoes". Supervisor: Dr. Gerhard Gries.

Congratulations to Dan for receiving the first-place and the people's choice prize in the SFU competition and third-place in the regionals. He even went on to compete in the nationals and was the first SFU student to do so! Congrats!

Dan is an award-winning PhD student studying the relationship between mosquitoes and flowers with the goals of developing new mosquito baits and repellents, as well as expanding our understanding of the World's deadliest organisms and how to control them.

Links

LinkedIn: Dan Peach
Lab Website Profile: Dan Peach
3MT Regionals: Dan Peach

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