Dr. Nusha Keyghobadi
Molecular ecology and landscape genetics
CURRENT LAB MEMBERS
Dr. Nusha Keyghobadi, Assistant Professor: Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Molecular Ecology and Landscape Genetics
Dr. Daria Koscinski, Postdoctoral Associate: Comparative landscape genetics of swallowtail butterflies in fragmented landscapes. daria.koscinski[at]uwo.ca
Lindsay Crawford, Doctoral Candidate: Conservation and population genetics of butterflies in fragmented habitats. lcrawfo6[at]uwo.ca
Katie Millette, M.Sc. Candidate: Landscape genetics of the pitcher plant midge and flesh fly across spatial scales. kmillett[at]uwo.ca
Gordana, Rasic, Doctoral Candidate: Developing a model system in landscape genetics using the insect inhabitants of pitcher plants. grasic[at]uwo.ca
Kristina Zilic, M.Sc. Candidate: Population genetic structure of the pitcher plant mosquito across multiple spatial scales using AFLP markers. kzilic[at]uwo.ca
Former Lab Members
Liam Frape, M.Sc: Kinematic and genetic analysis of the wood frog, Rana sylvatica.
Sheri Maxwell, M.Sc.: Inferring patterns of movement and host-plant use in the western cherry fruit fly, Rhagoletis indifferens, using microsatellite markers.
Heidi Keller, B.Sc. (NSERC USRA): Effects of non-lethal tissue removal on behaviour and survival of butterflies.
Noah Shapiro, B.Sc. (Honour’s thesis): Develpoing genetic tags to track dispersal in the alpine butterfly, Parnassius smintheus .
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March 8, 2011
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