Welcome to Vinson, John, and Brad

Aug
20

This fall is a time of rapid growth in the lab.  In the last two weeks, three new members have joined our group.  Vinson Doyle is a new postdoc who just finished his Ph.D. at CUNY/NY Botanical Garden.  John Andersen is a new Ph.D. student who recently finished his Master's at Texas A&M with Jessica Light.  Brad Nelson is a current Master's student in LSU's Dept. of Biological Sciences with a mixture of interests.  Last year, he worked on community ecology in Richard Stevens' lab.

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Fall 2012 Molecular Evolution Seminar/Phylogenetics Reading Group

Jul
24

During the Fall 2012 semester, I will be combining last semester's phylogenetics reading group with the departmental molecular evolution seminar (BIOL 7946).  We will meet on Tuesdays from 12-1 in LSB 248 (my lab).  Feel free to bring your lunch with you.  We will post papers and share comments using a Mendeley group.  If you do not already have a free Mendeley account, please sign up for one.

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Welcome to SURE student Sarah Davis

May
15

I am pleased to announce that Sarah Davis, a senior at LSU, will be joining the lab for the summer and fall of 2012.  Sarah was recently awarded a competitive Supervised Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) fellowship from the Louisiana Board of Regents.

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Welcome to HHMI Student Kristen Jones

Mar
11

I am pleased to announce that Kristen Jones, a freshman at LSU, will be joining the lab for the summer of 2012 to work on a computational biology research project.  Kristen was awarded a competitive HHMI summer undergraduate research fellowship.  Congratulations and welcome, Kristen!

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Join the Lab!

Nov
15

If you are interested in working on phylogenetics, molecular evolution, or computational evolutionary biology generally, feel free to contact me.

I'm currently accepting applications for a postdoctoral researcher and graduate students.

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