Evolution/Systematics Faculty

Faculty research
Faculty Research Potential Primary Advisor*
William D. Anderson Jr. (Emeritus) Systematics of fishes and history of natural history YES
Larry L. Bowman Conservation and adaptive management of commercial and recreation fisheries; population genetics and genomics; species delimitation and phylogenetics; evolutionary ecology and life history evolution; applications of molecular ecology for conservation; theory and mathematical modeling; STEM education and outreach YES
Peter J. Etnoyer Deep-sea coral diversity and ecology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for marine conservation and management YES
Antony S. Harold Phylogenetic systematics and biogeography of fishes YES
Willem J. Hillenius Comparative anatomy of tetrapods, particularly mammals, reptiles and dinosaurs NO
Robert D. Podolsky Functional biology and evolutionary ecology of marine invertebrates, larval ecology and life-history evolution, fertilization ecology, physiological ecology, phenotypic plasticity YES
Matthew T. Rutter Plant ecology, genetics, evolution NO
Daniel A. Sasson Reproductive behavior of invertebrates YES
Andrew M. Shedlock Genomics, evolution and conservation biology of marine vertebrates YES
Allison M. Welch Ecology, evolution and behavior of amphibians NO
David M. Wyanski Life history and taxonomy of marine fishes, fisheries biology NO
John D. Zardus Evolution and ecology of commensal barnacles YES

*NO=cannot serve as major advisor, but can serve on thesis committee