ZAMUDIO LAB

Welcome

 

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).

WELCOME TO THE ZAMUDIO LAB

RECENT LAB NEWS & REASONS TO CELEBRATE!


August 2015

  1. -Ana Longo is the most recent lab PhD!  She successfully submitted her thesis and begins her post-doc at University of Maryland on Sept 1.  Congratulations Ana, and we will miss you!


  1. -KZ’s year at NSF has ended, teaching starts in just a few weeks, and all are busy with some writing goals!




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 11 August 2015

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