Calendar

The dates and times are on UTC/GMT–4 (CLICK HERE)

All invited talks will be given on Zoom.

Whenever possible, we will record and broadcast that talk on our YouTube channel.

Poster sessions will last 1 hour each and will happen on Discord.

 

June 19

9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Opening remarks, the Gender and Diversity in STEAMM (Part 1) symposium, and poster session #1 (Inclusion and Paleobiodiversity)

9:00 AM

Openning ceremony

Openning remarks and organization notes

9:10 AM

Professor Corrie Moreau, Ph.D.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion: an everyone issue

10:00 AM

Luisa Maria Diele Viegas, P.h.D

Possible paths to a more diverse and inclusive STEAMM

10:30 AM

Hugo Caicedo, Ph.D.

Surfacing anti-Black science and building antiracist teams

11:05 AM

Brigitte Baptiste, Ph.D.

Canceled. A video presentation may be provided later.

11:35 AM

Professor Leticia Oliveira, Ph.D.

The implicit bias and gender inequalities in science

12:00 PM

Poster session #1

First virtual poster session on Discord. Theme: Inclusion + Paleobiodiversity

 

June 19

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

2. Paleobiodiversity and evolution

2:00 PM

Adriana Mancuso, Ph.D.

Is there evidence of the link between Triassic climatic and biotic events in western Gondwana?

2:50 PM

Juan Carrillo, Ph.D.

Diversification and dispersal dynamics of mammals during the Great American Biotic Interchange

3:15 PM

Professor Annie Schmaltz Hsiou, Ph.D.

An overview of the tetrapod fauna from the Miocene of the Southwestern Brazilian Amazonia

3:50 PM

Andrea Sanchez Meseguer, Ph.D.

Ancient tropical extinctions contributed to the latitudinal diversity gradient

4:15 PM

Thomas Püschel, Ph.D.

Virtual palaeoprimatology: Assessing ecomorphological questions in extinct anthropoids using the morpho-functional toolkit

4:40 PM

Professor Aline Ghilardi, Ph.D.

How a sick dinosaur revealed the oldest known blood-borne parasitic infection

5:00 PM

Poster session #2

Paleobiodiversity

 

June 20

9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

3. The new era of Biogeography

9:00 AM

Isabel Sanmartín Bastida, Ph.D.

Bridging the micro and macroevolutionary levels in biogeography: different processes, similar patterns and new advances to integrate them

9:50 AM

Nicholas Joseph Matzke, Ph.D.

Statistical comparison of DEC and DEC+J is statistically valid; and, a path towards more statistical sophistication and realism in phylogenetic biogeography

10:15 AM

Professor Lucia G. Lohmann, Ph.D.

The origin and evolution of the Amazonian Biota

10:50 AM

Pavel Fortunato Matos Maravi, Ph.D.

Historical biogeography of Neotropical butterflies: Understanding how species diversity assemble over time and across regions

11:15 AM

Fabricio Villalobos, Ph.D.

Species fields: an evolutionary macroecology approach to study biodiversity patterns

11:40 AM

Melisa Sanchez Herrera, Ph.D.

Following the footsteps and phylogeographic history of a highly polymorphic damselfly (Polythoridae: Odonata)