The Biosystematists holds regular meetings on the second Tuesday evening of each month during the academic year (September through May) at one of its members' institutions. Our meetings, which focus on a wide range of contemporary issues and topics dealing with organismal evolution, systematics and phylogenetics by members, visitors or invited participants, are informal and discussion-oriented. For our next meeting, see the upcoming meetings page. For a summary of meeting presentation and discussion topics, presenters and their hosts from the past few years, see History of Meetings.
This website is provided as a www resource to serve the community of scientists in the greater San Francisco Bay/northern California area interested and active in research on organismal systematics (in the broadest context), as well as to provide announcements about local activities and seminars of interest to members of this community. For more information about individual members of the Biosystematists, check the Biosystematists Members section which contains a listing of members, their interests, email addresses and web pages. The Links page contains links to members' departments, and institutions, other local organizations, seminar series and activities related to the study of systematics and evolution in the greater Bay Area, as well as a host of professional societies devoted to natural history, evolution and systematics.