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Travis Dynes
Attends Emory University
Lives in Georgia
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Oh. I have glasses. Blonde hair. I love Pokémon. Ask Shen who I am. I am also in his class last year.
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Ph.D. Student
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  • Research Professional, present
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Georgia
Previously
Iowa - Minnesota - Connecticut
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Ph.D. student in ecology and evolution at Emory studying the role of spatial features in virulence evolution
Introduction
Quite possibly the 7th most interesting Iowa born and Minnesota raised ecologically trained Georgian transplant living in Atlanta that knows how to say 'the birds and the bees' in Amharic (and I hear number 6 is getting up there in age - so fingers crossed about that)
Education
  • Emory University
    Ph.D., 2013 - present
  • Yale University
    M.Sc., 2000 - 2002
  • Luther College
    B.A., 1994 - 1998
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We were in a tough spot as our transmission went out as we were in Asheville for Thanksgiving ( 3 1/2 hours away from home) and it was not worth putting the money into our old car. We identified a car that we wanted to purchase and then learned there was a discrepancy between an erroneous price listed online and the correct price on the lot. Knowing our situation they could have decided not to work with us at all but after talking to the manager they decided to offer us the lower price despite the 'no negotiations' pledge of the dealership. We had a very good experience overall and would definitely recommend this dealership.
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reviewed 7 months ago
We were in a tough spot as our transmission went out as we were in Asheville for Thanksgiving ( 3 1/2 hours away from home) and we were dealt with honestly and given a full list of our options to try to help us out. Props to Shane for staying an hour after closing on the day after Thanksgiving to make sure we would be set for the weekend.
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