Author Archives: Adam

Sima wins a Rosemary Grant Award!

Congratulations Sima for winning a Rosemary Grant Award for Gradate Student Research from the Society for the Study of Evolution. These prestigious grants aim to identify and support innovative and potentially high impact research by beginning graduate students. Sima’s dissertation research will … Continue reading

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Visiting Researcher Dr. Andrew Storfer

Our friend and colleague Dr. Andrew Storfer is on sabbatical in our lab for the next 6 months. Dr. Storfer is an expert on landscape genetics and genomics, and he is currently applying those skills to several interesting study systems at … Continue reading

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NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants

Congratulations to Leonard Jones, CJ Battey, and Dave Slager for receiving NSF grants to support their dissertation research! Their research projects are listed below. We can expect to see some great results from all of these dissertation projects. Leonard Jones: Investigating the joint … Continue reading

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Patagonia

I recently traveled to Argentina to visit Dr. Mariana Morando and Dr. Luciano Avila, two herpetologists at Centro Nacional Patagonico (CENPAT-CONICET) in Puerto Madryn.  Dr. Morando has visited our lab a few times in the past couple of years to collect SNP … Continue reading

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Pass a pipette, please?

This month we hosted Perry Wood Jr. from Brigham Young University. He is a Ph.D. candidate in the Jack Sites lab. His goal was to collect sequence capture data for two separate projects, and a ddRADseq dataset for a third project. This … Continue reading

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