Q&A: U Vermont Researchers Using Proteomics to Investigate Evolution of Digestive Functions in Wasp Colonies | GenomeWeb

pickett_1.JPGName: Kurt Pickett
Position: Assistant professor in biology, University of Vermont, 2007 to present; curator of invertebrates, Zadock Thomson Natural History Collection, University of Vermont, 2007 to present
Background: Postdoctoral fellow, American Museum of Natural History, 2004 to 2006; PhD in entomology, Ohio State University, 2003

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