Journal of Evolutionary Biology
© EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Edited By: Michael G. Ritchie
Impact Factor: 3.483
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 16/46 (Evolutionary Biology); 33/141 (Ecology); 55/165 (Genetics & Heredity)
Online ISSN: 1420-9101
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Editor's Choice Article
Read the latest Editor's Choice article from Issue 4 of Journal of Evolutionary Biology:
Concurrent coevolution of intra-organismal cheaters and resisters
S. R. Levin, D. A. Brock, D. C. Queller and J. E. Strassmann
Graduate Student Prize 2014 - Winner announced!
The Journal of Evolutionary Biology & the European Society for Evolutionary Biology are delighted to announce that the winner of the inaugural 2014 graduate student prize for a paper published in JEB is Ellie Harrison, for her paper Sex drives intracellular conflict in yeast. This paper arose from her PhD studies at Imperial College, London, with Austin Burt, Craig MacLean and Vasso Koufopanou.
Ellie is now working as a post-doctoral researcher with Mike Brockhurst at the University of York, England. Her paper demonstrates, using experimental evolution in yeast, that sexual reproduction carries a potential cost of vulnerability to the spread of selfish genetic elements. She is currently working on the relationship between microbes and mobile genetic elements. Ellie will formally receive the award at the 2015 congress in Lausanne.
The standard of papers entered to the competition was very high, and runners up were Kay Lucek and Sean Lee. The competition now becomes an annual event, and we are also very happy to announce that it will be named the Stearns Graduate Student Prize after Stephen Stearns, who did so much to establish both the journal (including serving as first Editor) & ESEB.