ALINE SPINDOLA completed her PhD in the FLIES Facility in 2019. Aline received her BS in Biological Sciences in 2011 from the University Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil. She finished her MS in Parasitology, with an emphasis in behavioral ecology in 2015 from the University Federal of Pelotas, Brazil. Her thesis work examined the interspecific relationship between two species of blowflies, Lucilia eximia and Chrysomya albiceps (Diptera: Calliphoridae), focusing in the attractiveness and oviposion behavior of L. eximia when exposed to resource previously colonized by larvae of C. albiceps. In 2015, she got a scholarship from CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel) institution to obtain her PhD at Texas A&M University. For her dissertation work, Aline described the general morphology of the male reproductive tract, as well as, the size, viability, and, motility of the sperm of the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) as it ages. She also assessed the process of spermatogenesis in different ages of adults. Furthermore, she evaluated the effect of different temperatures in the mating performance of this species. Aline has accepted a position as a technical director for a black soldier fly company in Singapore.