A target population in Ph.D. student Ruben Tovar's Evo-Devo studies to understand repeated eye loss. (photo by Thomas J. Devitt)
Ph.D. student Thomas Marshall aims to understand the phylogeography of the corn snakes (Pantherophis guttatus complex).
A species PhD student Britt White is using to understand morphological diversification in a phylogenetic framework.
One of the species that PhD candidate Anne Chambers uses to study species boundaries and contact zones in Mexico.
Here sits David Hillis upon his noble steed, whilst observing evolution in-situ.
David M. Hillis
Genomic and transcriptomic investigations of the evolutionary transition from oviparity to viviparity
Species delimitation in endangered groundwater salamanders: Implications for aquifer management and biodiversity conservation
Comparative genomic investigation of high-elevation adaptation in ectothermic snakes