The Division of Botany is the newest SICB division, and was formed to encourage the inclusion of plants in the study of comparative patterns and integration in biology. Our members include longtime members of SICB who are interested in plants as well as plant biologists who have recently joined the society. The Division sponsors Best Student Presentation awards, and encourages the integration of plant biology into areas studied in other divisions. We have a young, diverse membership and all are welcome to join our division.
View DOB Bylaws here.
Rising Star in Organismal Botany Award
2020, Ya Min (Harvard University) & Grey Monroe (Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology)
2019, Morgan Furze (Harvard University)
Rising Star in Organismal Botany Participants
|Colin Morrison (The University of Texas at Austin)||Liming Cai (Harvard University)|
|Meghan Blumstein (Harvard University)||Maia Jones (California Academy of Sciences)|
|Grey Monroe (Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology)||Cody Howard (University of Florida)|
|Courtney Gorman (University of Konstanz)||Morgan Furze (Harvard University)|
|Courtney Babin (University of New Orleans)||Anna Westermeier (University of Freiburg)|
|Cecilia Zumajo-Cardona (The New York Botanical Garden)||Justin Jorge (Duke University)|
|Ya Min (Harvard University)||Morgan Moeglein (Yale University)|
|Amanda Katzer (University of Kansas)||Andrew Swafford (UC Santa Barbara)|
Career and Resources
SICB’s job board can be found here.