visiting researcher Manju Siliwal

The Hedin lab was happy to host Manju Siliwal in early November. Manju works for an NGO in southern India, but lives in Dehradun, North India. She is keenly interested in the mygalomorph spider fauna of India, and has published many papers on this fauna in recent years.

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Manju and PCR

Manju practiced standard molecular systematics data collection in the Hedin lab, and will hopefully be able to use some of these methods in her home country.  Manju has a great passion for Indian mygals, and I look forward to continued collaboration. Thanks for visiting Manju!

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About marshalhedin

University Professor, teaching college students about biological diversity & evolution, conducting original research in the realm of arachnid systematics
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