Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 2013
Research Interests: Diversification of tropical avifaunas using complementary approaches in molecular systematics, comparative biogeography, and phylogeography. He is currently studying the diversification of a large radiation of pantropical passerine birds, and the evolution of elevational zonation, geographic variation, and endemism in Neotropical mountains.
Ph.D., Tulane University, 2010
Research Interests: Molecular systematics of fishes; developmental morphology of the caudal fin in teleost fishes; comparative morphology of fishes; distribution and conservation of Louisiana's inland fishes.
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 2010
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgResearch Interests: Molecular systematics of fishes; developmental morphology of the caudal fin in teleost fishes; comparative morphology of fishes; distribution and conservation of Louisiana's inland fishes.
Ph.D., MIT / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute joint program, 2011
Email: email@example.comResearch Interests: Dr. Gyory is an oceanographer interested in biological-physical interactions, especially those involved in the ecology of benthic invertebrates. She likes to combine modeling, field observations, and laboratory experiments to identify mechanisms that explain patterns observed in the ocean.
Ph.D. Louisiana State University, 2012
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgResearch Interests: Dr. Kandalepas is a wetland ecologist with special interest in wetland restoration and plant-microbial symbioses. Dr. Kandalepas currently is studying the effects of degradation and stress in coastal marsh communities with an emphasis on fungal endophytes and bacteria associated with Spartina alterniflora.
Ph.D., Washington State University, 2009
Research Interests: Dr. Schenk is a plant systematist interested in how adaptation of morphological traits is driven by environmental variation, and how this relationship shaped lineage diversification.
Ph.D., University of Louisiana - Lafayette, 2012
Research Interests: Conservation and management of threatened species and ecosystems have directed Dr. Walter's research on understanding the ecological interactions that regulate population viability of wildlife species.
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