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Corrie Moreau

Associate Curator

Integrative Research Center
Evolutionary Biology

Associate Curator in the Integrative Research Center (Insects) in the Department of Science and Education at the Field Museum of Natural History.  Corrie's research program focuses on the evolutionary history and diversification of the ants (Formicidae), ant mutualisms with plants to bacteria, biogeography, and molecular and genomic tools to tease apart these patterns.  To learn more about Corrie Moreau's research and members of the lab, please visit the lab website:

Corrie S. Moreau
Associate Curator
Field Museum of Natural History
1400 South Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60605  USA



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(2003 - 2007) Ph.D. Harvard University. Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. Dissertation project on the evolution and diversification of ants.  Advisors: Drs. Naomi E. Pierce and Edward O. Wilson.
(2000 - 2003) M.A. San Francisco State University /California Academy of Sciences. Biology, Ecology and Systematics. Master’s thesis project on the molecular phylogeny of Dracula ants. Advisors: Drs. Greg S. Spicer and Brian L. Fisher.
(1996 - 2000) B.S. San Francisco State University. Biology, Zoology concentration, Entomology emphasis. 



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