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Information and Communication Technology
Computer Software Development
Hughes, K. A., & Lacy, R. (2006). Vortex 6.0 [Computer software]. Apple Valley, MN: IUCN - The World Conservation Union.

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Hughes, Kimberly (Co-PI), & Greinert, Elizabeth C (PI). (May 2018–May 2019). ABS Student Research Award. Funded by Animal Behavior Society. Total award $2,000.
Hughes, Kimberly (Co-PI), & Greinert, Elizabeth C (PI). (Aug 2017–Dec 2019). Understanding the Maintenance of Life History Diversity in Sailfin Mollies. Funded by P.E.O. International. Total award $15,000.
Houle, David (Co-PI), & Hughes, Kimberly (PI). (May 2017–Apr 2021). Ecological Genomics of Adaptive Polymorphism. Funded by National Science Foundation. (1740466). Total award $380,377.
Arreola Mandeita, Y., & Hughes, K. A. (Jun 2016–Jun 2016). Seasonal changes in male size and alternative mating tactics in sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna). Funded by BEACON Undergraduate Diversity Award. Total award $1,673.
Hughes, Kimberly (PI). (May 2016–May 2018). PG: Social Effects and the Maintenance of Individual Variation in Sailfin Mollies. Funded by FSU CRC. (None). Total award $13,000.
Hughes, K. (Aug 2015–Mar 2018). Mid-Career Award, NSF Integrative Organismal Systems. Funded by NSF. Total award $17,872.
Hughes, Kimberly (Co-PI), & Valvo, Jennifer Jo (PI). (Jun 2015–May 2016). Female Behavior as a Driver for Male Polymorphism in the Trinidad Guppy. Funded by Society for the Study of Evolution. Total award $2,200.
Hughes, Kimberly (PI). (Apr 2014–Mar 2021). Collaborative Research: Evolutionary Liability and Adaptive Plasticity in Physiological and Molecular Mechanisms of Behavior. Funded by National Science Foundation. (1354775). Total award $306,594.
Travis, Joseph A (Co-PI), & Hughes, Kimberly (PI). (Sep 2013–Aug 2019). Social Interactions and the Maintenance of a Genetic Polymorphism. Funded by National Science Foundation. (1257735). Total award $451,000.
Levitan, Don (Co-PI), Gilbert, David M (Co-PI), Rokyta, Darin (Co-PI), Hughes, Kimberly (PI), & Lemmon, Alan R (Co-PI). (May 2011–May 2012). EIEG: MiSeq High-Throughput Sequencer for Integrative Genome-Scale Research. Funded by FSU EIEG Award. (None). Total award $75,000.
Hughes, Kimberly (PI). (Mar 2009–Sep 2015). Collaborative Research: Molecular Basis of Life History in Drosophila. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0848337). Total award $505,076.
Hughes, Kimberly (PI). (Jan 2009–Apr 2015). Collaborative Research: Behavioral and Genetic Mechanisms for Frequency-Dependent Survival and Mating Advantage in Guppies. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0934451). Total award $319,423.

Resource Grant
Hughes, K. A., Rokyta, Darin (Co-PI), Lemmon, Alan R (Co-PI), Gilbert, David M (Co-PI), & Levitan, Don (Co-PI). (2011, May–2012, May). A grant of $75,000. EIEG: MiSeq High-Throughput Sequencer for Integrative Genome-Scale Research. Sponsored by FSU VPR.




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