ZAMUDIO LAB

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We are interested in mechanisms that underlie the origin and maintenance of biodiversity in reptiles and amphibians. A common theme in our lab is identifying and measuring mechanisms of temporal and spatial changes in population genetic differentiation. To do so we address questions at various scales, ranging from individuals (mating systems, relatedness, or reproductive success), to populations (fine-scale population genetics and phylogeography), to species (higher-level systematics).

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RECENT LAB NEWS & REASONS TO CELEBRATE!

May 2014

  1. -Amy Ellison, Ana Longo, and Melissa Lenker all have accepted publications this month! Our Bd contingent is cranking!


March 2014

  1. -Congratulations to Ben Johnson, who received a Ford Foundation Fellowship!


November 2013

  1. -Congratulations to Pavitra Muralidhar and David Rodriguez, both have papers accepted in Molecular Ecology this month!

  2. -Mike Yuan and Marina Hydeman received undergraduate research funds for their undergraduate projects!


September 2013

  1. -Brian Gill’s paper on barcoding freshwater insect communities in Colorado streams is now in press in Freshwater Science.


August 2013

  1. -Congratulations to Ben Johnson and Amy Ellison, both of whom received support from 3CPG for their work!

  2. -Welcome to Miranda Gray, our new researcher and lab tech, and Nick Polato, a new post-doc in the lab. Great to have them on board!


Zamudio Lab | Cornell University | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology |

E206/217 Corson Hall | Ithaca, NY 14853 | phone 607.254.4293 | fax 607.255.8088 |

last updated 17 June 2014

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