FSU Biology Advising Office

FSU Biology Advising Office


The Master of Public Health will be having an Open House this Friday, March 29th.

The event will be in in 150E Bellamy
Time: 12:30p – 3:00p
Lunch food will be provided!

RSVP here: bit.ly/mphfsu

It’s a “come and go” event with tables set up to discuss the curriculum of the program, internships, and student involvement.
Additionally, faculty members and current MPH students will be there to answer questions!
3 DAYS LEFT TO SAVE $250....Have you registered yet??
Spring MCAT Class at FSU (Mon & Wed evenings 6-10pm) Feb 9th - April 15th. Register NOW and SAVE $250 :
Come learn about the FSU Master of Public Health!
Get to know about the program, ask questions to current MPH students at the graduate student panel and meet with faculty!

FSU MPH Open House:
When: October 5th, 2018 | 9a – 12p
Where: DeVoe Moore Center (150E Bellamy Building)

RSVP HERE: http://www.bit.ly/FSUMPH

For questions please email: [email protected]

“The focus of Public Health is the health of the community! Public Health professionals help to prevent illness by promoting wellness and improving everything that impacts health — from housing, education and income to community design, transportation and our environment.
MPH degree graduates will be trained principally as health policy analysts. They will have a rich background in epidemiology, health economics, health behavior, health administration, health policy and policy analysis, and statistical and qualitative analytic skills.

Our program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health”

Florida State University - Biology Advising

This tool will be used to disseminate info on jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, informative links, cool videos, photos and other school information to all Biology students on campus. Please be advised that while we post information on jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities from institutions outside of FSU, we can not vouch for their veracity.

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📆 Summer 2023 Whiteboard Time! Please make sure to get all the big dates on YOUR calendar and speak with the advising office if you have any questions!

🖱 The best way to reach us is by email -- [email protected] is a central email checked by all advisors. Sending individual emails to all advising members may slow down our response time.

👩‍🎓Drop-in hours (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until noon, and Fridays from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.

💻 Scheduled appointments (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Thursday, from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.

🌻 Please use Campus Connect for all meetings (scheduled or drop-in).

We look forward to seeing you! 😊
-The Biology Advising Team

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Public Health Event

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The most important thing on your resume is the work-related experience- what makes you the most qualified individual for the job. At Gulf Specimen, you would receive an array of experiences where your skill set will have an opportunity to double. Explore biological supply, aquarium husbandry, sea turtle rehabilitation, and marine life education through our unique internship program! To sign up or learn more about our summer internship program of 2023, visit our website https://gulfspecimen.org/internship/. If interested, please email your resume and cover letter to Tom Harrah at [email protected]!

“The expert at anything was once a beginner.” ~ Helen Hayes

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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center is accepting applications for our summer internships! Please share the information below with your networks and colleagues.

This paid Internship Program is designed to provide students enrolled in educational institutions with work opportunities and explore Federal careers while still enrolled in an Undergraduate Program. If you are interested in coastal and marine geology, oceanography, geochemistry, environmental science, science communication, or applying GIS applications to these earth science systems and like to learn new skills, apply to work with the USGS!

Position Title: Student Trainee Physical Science Tech
Position Type: Temporary Pathways Internship
Number of Positions: Few opportunities
Grade Level: GS-4
Salary: $16.14 - $20.99 per hour (dependent on experience and locality)
Work Schedule: 40 hours per week in summer
Application Acceptance Period: 2/21/2023 – 3/6/2023 (or when 50 applications have been received)
Location: St. Petersburg, FL

More Information and Application Instructions: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/705588200

Questions can be directed to Lisa Morrow ([email protected]).

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Paid summer internship opportunity


We are offering a sequential course series this summer in the London Biology Program to instruct General Genetics (PCB3068) and Human Physiology (PCB4701). There is ONE more seat in the class that we are hoping to fill!

If you have completed BSC 2010 and BSC 2011, then you are eligible to apply to study abroad. If you have already taken either Genetics or Human Physiology, then you are not eligible for this program because it is offered as a two-course series, and you have to enroll in both.

You can read about the opportunity here and also see our PowerPoint presentation concerning the precise content and educational activities - https://www.bio.fsu.edu/london/

Applications will close on March 9, however, I would recommend students apply in the next week or two, as space for London in general is almost completely full due to almost hitting housing capacity. For students that apply now, they would have to pay for the $100 application fee and $1500 commitment fee before admission, since the commitment fee date has passed.

Here is the link to the Biology in London webpage, which includes the link to apply to the program: https://international.fsu.edu/Program/England/Biology.aspx


Join Us for the Third Annual Diversity in Science Webinar Event!

On Saturday, February 11, from 11:00am-12:45 EST, the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric & Earth Science will be hosting our third annual Diversity in Science online event. It will be a day of interactive science learning for historically underrepresented students. On the day of the event, students will virtually visit marine science laboratories, see ongoing research projects and interact with scientists from a variety of fields and backgrounds. The schedule of speakers and their topics is below. We hope to see you there!

Schedule of Talks:

11:00a – Welcome from hosts Aliyah True & Cecilia Lopez-Gamundi and Assistant Dean Andrew Geniesse Elmore

11:10a – Inventing NASA Technologies to Map the Ocean with Prof. Ved Chirayath & Dr. Ana Tarano

11:25a – Marine Mammal Science with Dr. Maria Cartolano, Dr. Jill Richardson, & students Natalyn Jones, Sarah Johnson, Morgan Thornton, & Allanah Orengo

11:40a – Low Clouds and Why We Care with Prof. Paquita Zuidema

11:55a – Fisheries with Kelly Sophia Soluri and Chryston Best-Otubu

12:05p – Toadfish! with Prof. Danielle McDonald & students Mary Shay & Anastasiya Plotnikova

12:20p – Diversity in Marine Geoscience with Ceci Lopez-Gamundi

12:30p – SEAS - Seeking Equity and Success Graduate Student Organization with Lys Isma

12:45p – Webinar Concludes


Information Sessions for Give Volunteers: Travel with Purpose

You want to see the world and make a positive impact? Us too.
Our meaningful travel combines sustainable volunteer projects and epic adventures so you can discover the world and your purpose in it.

Thursday, Feb. 2
Student Services Building (SSB)
Room 218
Starting @ 10:15, 11, 11:45, 12:30, 1:15, 2, 2:45, 3:30, 4:15 & 5



This is a great opportunity for Undergraduate and Graduate students to participate in a summer multidisciplinary research experience in Ecuador This year the program is recruiting undergraduate and graduate students in Georgia and Florida.


Pride in Healthcare RSO is excited to invite you all to our virtual event with Dr. Monica LLado-Farrulla this week on Thursday, January 26th at 6pm on Zoom. Dr. Monica LLado-Farrulla M.D. is a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Specialist and will be joining us to discuss her journey to becoming a q***r plastic surgeon and practicing gender affirming care. We hope to see you all there!


Volunteer Opportunity for FSU Undergraduate Student.

Hi! My name is Bridget Thompson, and I am the current Treasurer of FSU Perfect Pair. I wanted to send you all a volunteer opportunity to share with FSU students in Psychology, Biology, and Engineering. Perfect Pair aims to foster one-on-one, intergenerational connections between seniors and college students. We strive to reinforce a sense of community and purpose for our pairs: a goal that underlies our efforts to improve senior health and wellbeing. We achieve this by ensuring that our pair connections are personalized: based on shared background and mutual interests. If you all could share the following message with students, I would really appreciate it!

Looking for meaningful, personal volunteering? Looking for a leadership opportunity on campus?

Perfect Pair (perfectpair.org) is a student organization on campus that connects seniors in living communities with college students. This is not a cookie-cutter volunteer program (not the normal group Bingo or Ice Cream Social). We match volunteers and seniors based on mutual interests, hobbies, and backgrounds, making each connection individualized to fit the pair. This means you will be making a direct impact on a senior who shares something in common with you, and who may not have visitors or other forms of interaction otherwise.

We are looking for people to be on the executive board to help facilitate these volunteering opportunities for college students and seniors in your community! We are also looking for volunteers, so please contact us if have any interest.

Bridget Thompson
Treasurer Florida State University | Perfect Pair
Cell: (850)-525-4235


2023 Gallo Vineyards Internship Opportunity.
Our viticulture interns get hands-on experience to put into practice all that they have learned in their horticulture, agriculture, plant science, and life science classes. Our program has helped introduce future agriculture professionals to winegrape production in the coastal regions of California and we hope to continue recruiting a diverse group of students with a variety of backgrounds.

We have several positions open at premium coastal vineyards in California.


The Nemours Summer Undergraduate Research Program (NSURP) application closes this Sunday, January 15, 2023!

Go to the NSURP website for program details and to apply!

Do you know an undergraduate student who would love to gain research experience at a world-class pediatric health system? Spread the Word!

Students who are selected will receive a $5,000 scholarship and have the opportunity to pursue a research project while being mentored by a Nemours Children’s scientist or physician.


Spring 2023 Whiteboard Time! Please make sure to get all the big dates on YOUR calendar and speak with the advising office if you have any questions!
👩‍💻The best way to reach us is by email -- [email protected] is a central email checked by all advisors. Sending individual emails to all advising members may slow down our response time.
💻 Drop-in hours (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until noon, and Fridays from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🖱 Scheduled appointments (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Thursday, from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🌻 Please use Campus Connect for all meetings (scheduled or drop-in).
***NO scheduled appointments/Major changes during first week of classes (drop/add).
Undergraduate Advising at FSU: https://advising.fsu.edu/undergraduate-advising
We look forward to seeing you! 😊
-The Biology Advising Team


Chase Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservancy invites you to join us for our upcoming Sloth Symposium on January 11, 2023. Dr. Janet Sandi Carmiol, one of the world’s most experienced sloth veterinarians will be leading this seminar on sloth husbandry and veterinary care. Live and virtual options available.


Michigan Summer Undergraduate Research Experience

The 2023 M-SURE program will support eight undergraduate trainees for a summer research experience with mentors from an outstanding pool of faculty investigators engaged in cutting-edge basic and clinical research related to diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolic diseases.

The funding amount for 2023 will be $7200, pre-tax, for twelve weeks of full-time work from May 30 through August 18. The start and/or end date of the fellowship may be shifted slightly to accommodate overlap with the academic year at home institutions, if necessary. Students who are currently enrolled at any degree granting university or college are eligible to apply. Preference is given to those students interested in a career in research. Funding is limited to U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

More information including how to apply can be found at this website:


Each student is matched, based on their interests, to a laboratory participating in M-SURE, led by a faculty mentor of the Molecular & Integrative Physiology Department and/or the Caswell Diabetes Institute at the University of Michigan. Faculty are all committed to undergraduate training and use broad approaches to improve our understanding of obesity, diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolic diseases.

To enhance our M-SURE trainees’ experience, there will be a weekly lecture series highlighting the physiology of diabetes, endocrinology & metabolism. Additional presentations will focus on how to develop a career in biomedical research, and responsible conduct of research. Trainees will give a final oral presentation of their work at the end of summer Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. We are excited to provide training and mentorship opportunities in basic/foundational and translational research to help develop the next generation of highly accomplished biomedical scholars interested in biomedical research and discovery.


Transformative Summer Ecology Courses at FLBS Summer 2023 in NW Montana

Spend your summer taking Summer Session 2023 courses at the Flathead Lake Biological Station!

The Flathead Lake Biological Station offers immersive summer ecology courses in aquatic and terrestrial realms in spectacular northwest Montana. We have twelve great courses that will run between June 19-August 11, 2023. We are looking for students ranging from sophomores-to-be to upper-class to early grad students. Our summer academic program emphasizes experiential learning through direct field research methods and interactions with natural resource professionals.

Students can apply at https://flbs.umt.edu/apps/education

Apply by Jan 13, 2023 for the early application discount ($100 off housing)
Credits earned at FLBS are transferrable to most college and university degree programs
Many scholarships are available and a high percentage of applicants receive awards

At FLBS, students benefit from low student-faculty ratios, great facilities, a dedicated support staff, outstanding instructors, and academics influenced by multidisciplinary research and education. Courses take field trips and overnight trips throughout the Flathead watershed including Glacier National Park. Our courses provide transformative experiences and allow students to get ahead or catch up on credits. The station is located on the east shore of Flathead Lake, about 85 miles north of Missoula, Montana.

QUESTIONS? Email [email protected] or call 406-872-4515.

JOIN US next summer for an academic adventures and immersive field courses in the “Crown of the Continent” in Northwest Montana.


Black Beauty Ranch Internship Opportunities.

Black Beauty Ranch (BBR), a 1,400+ acre animal sanctuary located in Murchison, TX, with nearly 650 animals of 41 different species is a part of the HSUS family of organizations and currently has multiple intern positions available. See the links below to the job descriptions. Multiple sessions are available, and on-site housing is included. If you have questions regarding internships or BBR, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Winter Session:

Intern, Veterinary Technician: https://us63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/humanesociety/Posting/View/2714
Intern, Animal Caregiver: https://us63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/humanesociety/Posting/View/2467

Spring Session:

Intern, Veterinary Technician: https://us63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/humanesociety/Posting/View/2848
Intern, Animal Caregiver:

Summer Session:

Intern, Veterinary Technician: https://us63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/humanesociety/Posting/View/2857
Intern, Animal Caregiver: https://us63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/humanesociety/Posting/View/2842

For more information, please contact
Natalie Liao
Programs and Policy Fellow
Office of Chief Programs and Policy
[email protected]


Attention: Job Seekers

Excellent part-time job, good pay, and travel.

EMPLOYER: Dr. JR Harding
ADDRESS: 6027 Ox Bottom Manor Dr.
CITY/STATE: Tallahassee, FL
PHONE: (850)510-4628 E-MAIL: [email protected]

A quadriplegic adult male needs a STRONG and reliable person to assist with adaptive daily living needs. Duties would include lifting in and out of wheelchairs, showering, dressing, occasional travel, and other related tasks. Medical background is not required. Training is provided; the person just needs to be DEPENDABLE, honest, and a team player. RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION IS A MUST. Due to frequent lifting in and out of wheelchairs, males are preferred.

Great experience for Pre-Health and other majors! 13 former students/employees are in med school and/or are practicing medicine. Will you be next?

SCHEDULE: Your schedule would be flexible, but standardized, 15-20 hrs/week. Approximately 5.5 hrs are covered by the team each day: 2.5 hours in the morning, 1.5 in the afternoon, and 1.5 at night. This work schedule may vary upon day, the number of shifts, and professional travel. Some travel in/out of state included (Travel expenses will be covered).

SALARY: $13/hr

COMMENTS: Serious applicants only, please. Sophomore/junior students are preferred. Contact JR at (850)510-4628 or e-mail at [email protected] with any questions.


“I can personally say that there is no other opportunity like this for a college student. The hours are extremely flexible and allow for you to still make the most of your college life while maintaining a job, and the pay is more than fair.”
- Jose Calvo (2017-2020), FSU 2020 Graduate

“I could not recommend this opportunity enough to anyone that has a calling to help others and grow as an individual. I am in my doctoral career. Qualities that are easily gained when working with JR are advancements in personal care technicality, bedside manner, communication, workflow efficiency, and forward-thinking ability.”
- Alex Shippy (2016-2019), FSU 2019 Graduate

“Working with JR was my most unique and meaningful experience as an undergraduate student at Florida State. JR was a friendly employer and mentor in my journey toward a career in medicine. I would strongly recommend this position to any reliable student interested in medicine, physical therapy, or any other facet of the healthcare field.”
- Tomas Swickley (2017-2018), FSU 2018 Graduate, FAU Medschool Class of 2027

“Working with JR was one of the key personal development opportunities I look back on from my college years. I still carry with me many of the lessons and habits I picked up with JR in my career today.”
- John Arevalo (2013-2016), FSU 2016 Graduate
“While you do get a paycheck, I never felt like this was a job. This is an opportunity to see the world from a different perspective and interact with an incredible human being with significant life experience. JR was a mentor and still a friend. Could not recommend this “job” high enough!”

- Andy Davis (1995-1998) FSU Graduate, COO, Bouchard Insurance


Peace River Audubon Society College Scholarship For Environmental Studies

Application Deadline: January 15, 2023

Are you a college student who grew up in Charlotte, DeSoto, Polk, Sarasota, Manatee, Lee, or Hardee County, FL in your junior or senior year studying an environmentally related field? If so, you may be eligible to receive a Peace River Audubon Society sponsored scholarship. Up to two highly qualified college students will be awarded $1,000 each. If you are a college student with professional goals to pursue an environmentally related career, enrolled in a 4-year college, with a declared environmentally related major (e.g. conservation biology, environmental education, wildlife conservation, zoology) you are eligible to apply for the Peace River Audubon Society Scholarship for Environmental Studies. Deadline for application is January 15, 2023.

For more details and an application please visit www.PeaceRiverAudubon.org



Gulf Specimen Marine Lab is located 45 minutes south of Tallahassee. We are a public aquarium with over 50,000 gallons of displays featuring sharks, sea turtles, sting rays, octopus, an array of invertebrates and many other organisms from the Gulf of Mexico, a marine life educational facility hosting field trips for thousands of visitors each year, a biological supply to universities and aquariums for educational purposes only and a sea turtle hospital nursing sick and injured sea turtles back to health.


Interns at our facility perform duties and gain experience in all areas of our operations described above. Our internships are as much as possible like on the job training. A successful internship at our facility will add a variety of knowledge and experience to participants resumes to aid in finding a career, moving on to a graduate program and sometimes lead to a paid position at our facility. We’ve offered these internships for over a decade. Many of our interns move on to exciting careers. We been operating for over 50 years and have relationships with thousands of facilities all over the United States and throughout the world. If interested in an internship, please email

Tom Harrah [email protected]


The Genetics & Genomics Academy is recruiting students for the Genetics & Genomics (GG) Scholars program (deadline: January 15th, 2023). The GG Scholars program prepares future scientists for cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research across the life sciences and is built on the philosophy that the exploration of genes and genomes informs all fields of biology. The GG Scholars program is open to incoming Ph.D. students. Throughout Ph.D. training, GG Scholars are provided with an array of opportunities for development as scientists, including a world-class GGA Seminar Series, interactions with GGA Research Interest Groups, and a network of partnerships at NC State and beyond to support careers in research, education, outreach, policy, and industry.

Learn more about the program by visiting our website at ggscholars.org. There are 16 different affiliated PhD programs to the GG Scholars that students will complete their PhDs in. There are two pathways to apply to the GG Scholars program, and new students will join this program either through an affiliated program, or directly through the GG Scholars program. More details about the application process, links to the application, and application materials, can be found on the website.

Please share this program information with anyone who you think could benefit from an umbrella graduate training program in Genetics and Genomics. If you have any questions, please direct them to the Director of the GG Scholars program, Dr. Martha Burford Reiskind ([email protected]), the coordinator of the GG Scholars program, Rebecca Stojancic ([email protected]), or directly to the GG Scholars program ([email protected]). Applications are now open.

Who Should Apply

Designed for students from multidisciplinary fields. Students will participate in a first-year core curriculum that integrates foundational conceptual training in genetics and genome-scale techniques with big data analysis and professional development.

Apply Now >
Deadline: January 15, 2023




Life Sciences Internship Opportunity

QuarryBio is a Tallahassee-based Life Sciences company looking for interns eager to gain “real
world” experience in a research oriented commercial biotech lab. We are seeking motivated
and self-driven individuals to be an integral part of our research team. Interns will not be simply
a “pair of hands” as we will develop your research and lab skills with the ultimate goal of
enabling you to plan and execute your own experimental programs.
The areas of experimental focus:
- Development of a novel clinical diagnostic test to detect injury in the GI tract of patients
- Extraction, isolation, and characterization of specific target proteins from natural
- Analysis of protein binding interactions using both cell cultures as well as purified
As an intern, you will be given sufficient training to execute all aspects of experimental plans,
and will receive hands-on mentorship to enable you to eventually assume ownership over your
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- To understand the short and long term goals for the experimental program
- To learn how to perform the various laboratory techniques required for the
experimental program
- To execute experimental plans developed in partnership with your mentor and
document results
- To eventually be able to develop your own short and long-term experimental plans
- To develop and deliver presentations summarizing outcomes from work performed
- 12-15 hours a week, with the weekly schedule details being flexible
- Pay is $12/hour
Qualifications and Education:
- Self-driven and able to work independently
- Should have good written and oral communication skills
- Pursuing degree in chemistry, engineering, or a life-sciences related field (minimum GPA
of 3.0)
- Previous lab experience not required
Please send inquiries to [email protected]


Goldwater/FSU Alumnus Q&A.

On Wednesday, Sept. 7th, at 3:00 p.m. ET the Office of National Fellowships will be hosting a virtual Q&A discussion with Trystan Loustau, one of our 2021 Goldwater Scholars, who will be discussing her research, experience applying to Goldwater, and how it impacted her senior year and beyond. We are extremely excited to host Trystan and we hope that by sharing her experience it will continue to drum up excitement for this year's application cycle!

Here is the link for the Zoom Q&A:


Fall 2022 Whiteboard Time! Please make sure to get all the big dates on YOUR calendar and speak with the advising office if you have any questions!

👩‍💻The best way to reach us is by email -- [email protected] is a central email checked by all advisors. Sending individual emails to all advising members may slow down our response time.
💻 Drop-in hours (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until noon, and Fridays from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🖱 Scheduled appointments (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Thursday, from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🌻 Please use Campus Connect for all meetings (scheduled or drop-in).
Undergraduate Advising at FSU: https://advising.fsu.edu/undergraduate-advising

We look forward to seeing you! 😊
-The Biology Advising Team


The Department of Biological Science would like to invite exemplary undergraduate Biological Science majors to apply for departmental scholarships and funding.

View the criteria and application requirements for the available scholarships on the Biology Graduate Studies website: https://www.bio.fsu.edu/grad/ug_scholarships/. Applications will open for the Fall 2022 cycle on August 15, 2022, so it is highly encouraged that you review the application requirements and begin compiling your applications as soon as possible. The application deadline is September 15th and all applications must be submitted on the FS4U website: https://fsu.academicworks.com/.

If you are not able to find an award on FS4U, please reach out to April Wooten ([email protected]) for assistance finding the application page or submitting application materials.

Please be sure to communicate with your faculty advisor or professors about what awards you are applying for and to remind them to write you a letter of support. If you have any additional questions or would like more information about the 2022 Biological Science Scholarships and Awards cycle, please reach out to April Wooten ([email protected]).


THIS THURSDAY EVENING Social Networking Event.
August 2022 Tallahassee Area Association of Environmental Professionals (TAAEP) Social.
We are excited to have you join us at an in-person social at Growler Country on Thursday August 18th at 5:30 pm.

Attendees will receive 1 free drink ticket courtesy of our Platinum Sponsors, Lewis, Longman, and Walker, P.A. and Gunster Florida's Law Firm for Business. Appetizers will also be available. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Students are FREE to attend (food and drinks included).

Everyone is welcome! Anyone planning to attend, please make sure to register on our website: https://faep-tally.com

Growler Country
3305 Capital Cir NE
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Thursday, August 18, 2022
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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