Amanda was recently awarded the James S McDonnell Foundation Postdoctoral fellowship for understanding dynamic and multi-scale systems. She can take this fellowship anywhere in the world and it provides support and research funding for 2-3 years. The focus of the JMSF is to develop and apply theory and tools used in complex systems science, and the foundation has close ties with the Santa Fe Institute. Amanda proposed to use gene co-expression networks to study how multiple parasites interact within hosts. She is very excited and is still deciding where she'll be heading next! Congratulations, Amanda!