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Nicole D. Telles
MARC Undergraduate Student
Systematics of Diving Beetles (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae)

Museum Technician
Department of Biology
University of New Mexico
Museum of Southwestern Biology
167 Castetter Hall, MSC03 2020
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Voice mail: (505) 277-8949
Email (replace (AT) with @): nikitay(AT)unm.edu

I am working on my B.S. in biology as well as my B.S. in applied mathematics. I am a MARC (Minority Access to Research Careers) scholar and am funded through the NIH to do research in Dr. Miller's lab. My research interests include the evolution and phylogeny of insects as well as mathematics. Currently, I am working on the systematics of North American subterranean diving beetles (Coleoptera: Dystiscidae). In November of 2008, I will be traveling to Madagascar with Dr. Miller, which will be my first international insect collecting trip. After graduation, I plan on attending graduate school where I can further explore my interests in computational biology and apply it to insect evolution.
 

Nicole D. Telles, Madagascar, November 2008
Nicole D. Telles, Madagascar, November 2008

Nicole D. Telles
Nicole D. Telles

 
 

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