JFOUND: Collins, James P. [MC1969] “Altering nature with gene drives”

2019-Jan-02

https://sites.google.com/site/sxcwgs/chapter-lectures/collins2019may08

Altering nature with gene drives—We can. But should we?
James P. Collins
Virginia M. Ullman Professor of Natural History and the Environment
Arizona State University

Wednesday, 08 May 2019
location TBA

Professor Collins’s B.S. is from Manhattan College and his Ph.D. is from the University of Michigan. He studies host-pathogen biology and its relationship to the decline and extinction of species, the intellectual and institutional factors that have shaped Ecology’s development as a discipline, as well as Ecological Ethics. Dr. Collins was chair of ASU’s Biology Department, Director of the Population Biology and Physiological Ecology program at NSF, and head of the Biological Sciences Directorate at NSF. He is a Fellow of AAAS, a Fellow of the Association for Women in Science, and Past President of the American Institute of Biological Sciences. Professor Collins served as chair of the Board of Directors for the Association of American Colleges and Universities. He is currently chair of the Board on Life Sciences of the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Dr. Collins is the author of numerous peer reviewed papers and book chapters and co-author with Martha Crump of Extinction in Our Times. Global Amphibian Decline.

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Collins, James P. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that James is a member of the Class of 1969.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Collins, James P. [MC1969]

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