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Each graduate student belongs to one of three administrative areas:


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Al Koborssy, Dolly
3004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax: 850-645-8447
email: alkoborssy@neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Fadool

Arambarri, Lorea
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: larambarri@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: Dr. James Fadool  
major professor: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-jfadool.php

Askenasy, Isabel
217 Kasha Laboratory Building (4380)
phone: 850-645-9319
fax: 850-644-2259
email: iaskenasy@fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. B. Stroupe

Bartlett, Daniel
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: dbartlett@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. David Gilbert

Bass, Marena
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: mbass@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: Dr. Thomas Houpt 
major professor: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-houpt.php

Bell, Genevieve
3004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax: 850-645-8447
email: gbell@neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Fadool

Knock out (KO) of the voltage gated potassium channel, Kv1.3, produces mice that are resistant to weight gain when placed on a high fat diet and are considered to be "super smellers". My research involves uncovering the link between olfactory ability and metabolic behaviors through manipulation of the Kv1.3 channel. Specifically, can I replicate the unique behavioral phenotype found in Kv1.3 KO mouse in the wild-type strain.

Biggs, Lindsey
3004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax:
email: LBiggs@neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. M. Meredith

Booker, William
242 Biomedical Research Facility Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: wbooker@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Emily Lemmon

Boudreau, Zach
4079 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8577
fax: 850-645-8447
email: boudreau@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Zach 
major professor: Dr. D. Levitan

My research focuses on the mechanical limitations and physiological costs of cheliped autotomy in the Florida stone crab, specifically: (1) Foraging: Effects of cheliped loss on prey selection, foraging rates, and energy budget (2) Reproduction: Effects of cheliped loss on intraspecific mate competitions between male crabs and size-assortative mating patterns in exploited populations

Brewers, Brittany
4055 King Building (4295)
phone:
fax:
email: bkb14@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Fanxiu Zhu

Buddenhagen, Christopher
4084 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-1499
fax: 850-645-8447
email: cbuddenhagen@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Austin Mast

I am working on phylogenomics of the beaksedges (tribe Rhynchosporeae). This involves morphological and biogeographic analyses.

Cassara, Jason
4055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: jcassara@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Houle

My research interests include the evolution, genetics, and development of size/shape scaling relationships (allometry), particularly among insects. The extensive genetic toolkit available for Drosophila allows me to explore the genetic basis of allometry, while the hemimetabolous life cycle and morphological diversity of leaf-footed bugs (Heteroptera: Coreidae) is ideally suited to examining the links between allometry at all scales, from that of the individual (ontogenetic allometry) to intra- and interspecific (static and evolutionary allometry, respectively).

Cerquozzi, Anthony
Building ()
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email: acerquozzi@bio.fsu.edu
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Chakraborty, Sankalpa
219 BIO Unit 1 Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: schakraborty@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Fanxiu Zhu

Chatterjee, Deeptiman
219 KING Building (4004)
phone: 850-645-7756
fax: 850-644-0481
email: dchatterjee@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Wu-Min Deng

Chelette, Brandon
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-645-8447
email: bmc09e@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Debra Fadool

My research focuses on the neuromodulatory effects of voluntary exercise and modified diet with a primary concentration on the olfactory bulb.

Cheng, Yichen
3069 King Building (4295)
phone:
fax: 850-645-8447
email: yc14b@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Hengli Tang

Cole, Lauren
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-644-8815
email: lc13g@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Dennis

Cusick, Jessica
4004 King Building (4004)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-644-8447
email: jcusick@fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. E. Duval

My research investigates cooperative behavior, a complex social interaction that can occur between individuals within a single group or between multiple social groups. My interests span across different systems and environments as I try to understand how individuals process complex information from their social and physical environment to form cooperative groups, whether some individuals differ in their propensity to cooperate and degree of cooperative behavior, and how cooperative groups can be beneficial or costly in different situations. Dissertation Research I am currently studying cooperative breeding behavior in the Brown-headed Nuthatch (Sitta pusilla). In cooperative breeding systems, young individuals often forgo their own reproduction and assist other breeders raise offspring. Brown-head nuthatches are facultative cooperative breeders, meaning not all breeding groups have helpers and not all young males become helpers. This study system is ideal for testing whether individual variation in the propensity to cooperate occurs, how proximate mechanisms can maintain individual variation in cooperation, and how this influences this facultative cooperative breeding system. My dissertation research investigates within-individual consistency and interindividual variation in the propensity to cooperate and what proximate mechanisms maintain this variation within a population.

Darrow, Emily
3004 King Building (4370)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax: 850-645-8447
email: edarrow@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. B. Chadwick

Das, Sunny
3055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-2403
fax: 850-645-8447
email: sdas@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. B. Chadwick

DeNobrega, Aliza A
3004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax: 850-645-8447
email: adenobrega@mail.neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. L. Lyons

Dietz, Samantha
Building ()
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fax:
email: sdietz@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Emily DuVal

Dileep, Vishnu
3055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-7583
fax: 850-645-8447
email: vdileep@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Gilbert

Dye, Mysia
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: mdye@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Emily Lemmon

Easterling, Katherine
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kae09@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. H. Bass

Engleman, Abigail
2024 KING Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: aengleman@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Sandra Brooke

Fan, Jinbo
216 Biology Unit I Building (4370)
phone: 217-898-7217
fax: 850-644-0481
email: jfan@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. H. Yu

Ferguson, Kassandra
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kf13h@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Fadool

Gumber, Hardeep
3708 King Building (4370)
phone: 850-566-2325
cell: 850-566-2325
fax: 850-645-8447
email: hardeep@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. H. Bass

Hammack, Christy
3055 KING Building ()
phone: (850) 645-2403
fax:
email: chammack@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Hengli Tang

Hill, Kate
4079 King Building (4295)
phone: n/a
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kmhill@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Wulff

I study sponges and their associated mesofauna to examine the ecology and evolution of mutualisms. I am currently exploring how habitat and sponge host influence the diversity and abundance of associated symbionts using field manipulations in the Florida Keys and Panama.

Hoffman, Benjamin
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-9822
fax: 850-645-8447
email: bhoffman@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Dennis

Hogan, Michael
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: mhogan@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Darin Rokyta

Hooks, Alexandra
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: ahooks@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-sburgess.php 
major professor: Dr. Scott Burgess

Hoover, David
241 Biomedical Research Facility Building (4340)
phone:
fax: 850-644-0989
email: dhoover@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Travis

I am interested in the physiological, ecological, and behavioral causes and consequences of dispersal into an ecologically marginal habitat. In particular, I am curious about how those factors may impact a species' ability to successfully colonize new territory.

Hoq, Rubel
Building ()
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fax:
email: mhoq@bio.fsu.edu
major professor:

Huang, Ji
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8815
fax: 850-645-8447
email: jhuang@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. K. McGinnis

I've been working on mapping of tgr gene which is involved in plant RdDM pathway in maize.

Huang, Zhenbo
3004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax: 850-645-8447
email: zhuang@neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Fadool

My research interest is how information is coded in the nervous system.

Humphrey, Eve
241 Biomedical Research Facility Building (4340)
phone:
fax: 850-644-0989
email: eculbreth@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Travis

My research focuses on the ecological costs of predation risk and how the long-term effect of non-lethal predation influences reproduction, behavior and response of the molecular stress network. I am interested in how animals may or may not acclimate to predators over time and how natural selection may modify endocrine/behavioral responses to stress.

Imhoff, Johanna
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-8815
fax: 850-645-8447
email: imhoff@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Jo 
major professor: Dr. D. Grubbs

I am interested in many aspects of the ecology of marine fishes. My dissertation research focuses on community ecology of six species of deepwater sharks, particularly on differences in trophic ecology and competition based on taxonomy and depth habitat. I am also studying the effect of trophic ecology on toxicology by studying methylmercury contamination in shark muscle tissue.

Jackson, Sean
3055 King Building (4295)
phone: nj/a
fax:
email: sj14j@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Hongchang Cui

Jevitt, Allison
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-1502
fax: 850-645-8447
email: aj09f@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. W. Deng

Jones, Luke
Building ()
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fax:
email: ltj09@my.fsu.edu
major professor:

Jones, Megan A
Building ()
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fax:
email: majones@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. E. DuVal

I am interested in many aspects of behavioral and evolutionary ecology. My dissertation research investigates the fitness consequences of cooperative display for dominant individuals, using natural variation in the level of cooperation in Corapipo altera (Aves: Pipridae, White-ruffed Manakin) as a model system.

Kaiser, Kathleen
4079 KING Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: kkaiser@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Janie Wulff

I am broadly interested in species interactions and distribution patterns. Particularly I'm interested in seeing how species distribution patterns have changed over time, what factors may be behind species distribution and abundance shifts, and how these affect tightly linked ecological interactions. My project address these interests by focusing on marine sponges in the Gulf of Mexico.

Kaplan, Graham
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: gkaplan@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Jian Feng

Katz, Daniel
Building ()
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fax:
email: dkatz@bio.fsu.edu
major professor:

Kay, David
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-645-8447
email: dik10@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. G. Erickson

My research interests are mainly in comparative evolutionary morphology and biomechanics, specifically teeth and feeding. I hope to investigate the mechanics of tooth wear.

Klein, Kyle
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kklein@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Gilbert

Koch, Bailey
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: bkoch@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Hong-Guo Yu

Korshunov, Kirill
238 Biomedical Research Facility Building (4340)
phone:
fax: 850-644-0989
email: ksk09d@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. P. Trombley

Kosman, Ellen
4055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: etkosman@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Levitan

I am interested in how sexual selection and intersexual conflict shape the evolution of traits involved in mating, and how trade-offs between traits may develop based on the ecology and/or mating system of an organism. Currently, I am examining the role of sperm density as a selective force on the evolution of multiple gamete traits in broadcast spawning organisms.

Krishnan, Harini
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-566-9276
fax: 850-645-8447
email: hkrishnan@neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. L. Lyons

Kuhn-Hendricks, Stephen
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-645-8447
email: shendricks@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. G. Erickson

I am interested in the mechanics of biological materials, specifically relating to their ability to resist damage. To examine these topics, I use approaches from materials science to understand the physics behind their deformation and therefore the diversity in microstructural features.

Landy, J. Alex
241 Biomedical Research Facility Building (4340)
phone:
fax: 850-644-0989
email: jlandy@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Travis

How labile is phenotypic evolution and what factors inhibit this process? My dissertation aims to answer this question by studying the evolution of male body morphology among poeciliid fishes at three levels. At the broadest level I am studying how associations between phenotypic traits can influence the evolution and diversification of poeciliid species. At the population level I am investigating how local ecological factors maintain phenotypic differences among populations of a single species. The narrowest level of my research focuses on the role of intersexual genetic correlations and the resulting sexual conflicts on the evolution of male and female shape within a population.

Lange, Elizabeth
4055 KIN Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: el13f@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. K. Hughes

I am generally interested in animal behavior, evolution and genetics. Currently I am investigating how variation in social environment may explain the maintenance of phenotypic variation. My dissertation work focuses on how genes, social environment and gene by social environment interactions influence the development of male behavioral and life history traits in sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna). I am also addressing how males with different life histories vary in fitness across social contexts.

Lee, Emily
3055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-2403
fax: 850-645-8447
email: elee@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. H. Tang

Lynn, Jason
3022 King Building (4295)
phone:
fax: 850-645-8447
email: jlynn@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Karen McGinnis

Ma, Siming
216 Bio Unit I Building (850-644-)
phone: 850-368-2003
cell: 850-368-2003
fax: 850-645-8447
email: sm13v@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. F. Zhu

Malinowski, Christopher
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-645-8447
email: cmalinowski@fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Chris 
major professor: Dr. F. Coleman

My research focuses on teleost fish demographics, life history, habitat and prey preference, reproductive behavior and other important ecological and behavioral factors that inform how anthropogenic effects (i.e. pollution, overfishing, habitat destruction) impact fish populations. I am particularly interested in the dynamics of heavy metal bioaccumulation and its effects on the Atlantic Goliath Grouper (Epinephelus itajara), a legally protected long-lived reef fish endemic to the southeastern U.S.

Malowney, Andrew
301 Kasha Building (4380)
phone: 850-644-4104
fax: 850-644-2259
email: malowney@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. K. Taylor

Margres, Mark
4055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: mmargres@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Rokyta

My research focuses on snake venom evolution, particularly the interaction between gene flow and selection and whether this results in local adaptation.

McGivern, James
4055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: jmcgivern@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Karen McGinnis

I work in the McGinnis lab at FSU, studying the molecular mechanisms of paramutation in maize. Using transgenic maize lines, I am working to isolate and characterize protein actors that facilitate chromosome interaction involved in the paramutation event as well as maintenance of silencing

McKenzie, Ryan
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-8815
fax: 850-645-8447
email: rmckenzie@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Ryan 
major professor: Dr. F. Coleman

My thesis research explores the temporal and spatial preferences of spawning groups and describes the mating strategy in the economically and ecologically important Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico.

Medina, Angelica
Building ()
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email: mmedina@bio.fsu.edu
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Merwin, Andrew
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-645-8447
email: acmerwin@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. N. Underwood
second major professor: Dr. B. Inouye

I'm interested in the ecology and evolution of dispersal and range expansion. Using artificial landscapes in the lab with Callosobruchus maculatus, I'm investigating how resource heterogeneity influences rates of population spread. I'm also working with the recently introduced Kudzu Bugs, Megacopta cribraria, to understand how behavioral and morphological traits associated with dispersal evolve along an invasion gradient.

Moe, Brian
2024 KING Building ()
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email: bmoe@bio.fsu.edu
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Moscoso, Jose
4004 KING Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: jmoscoso@fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Don Levitan

Iím curious about the variation of gamete recognition proteins within a population of a species, particularly sea urchins, and how mating behavior is influenced by such variation.

Mukherjee, Durba
Building ()
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email: dmukherjee@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Lisa Lyons

Mutz, Jessica
4023 KING Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: jmutz@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Nora Underwood
second major professor: Dr. Brian Inouye

I use plant-insect systems and mathematical models to investigate how differences in the spatial strategies of interacting species affect their population dynamics at local and regional scales.

Newman, Cayla
Building ()
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email: cnewman@bio.fsu.edu
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Ogden, Sarah
3004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8571
fax: 850-645-8447
email: sogden@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. H. Tang

Olsen, Kevin
4023 King Building (4295)
phone: n/a
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kolsen@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Levitan

In general I'm interested in the reproduction and recruitment of marine benthic invertebrates. Currently my research is focused on how heterogeneity within colonial corals may contribute to genetic diversity and coral reef resiliency.

Pastore, Abigail
4023 King Building (4295)
phone:
fax:
email: apastore@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. T. Miller

I am investigating how species that compete for resources may evolve to coexist. This project is based heavily on coexistence theory, and I am using protozoa cultured from ponds to address my questions.

Pearson, Katelin
4079 KING Building (4295)
phone: n/a
fax: n/a
email: kds15e@my.fsu.edu
homepage: http://mastlab.org/people/katelin-stanley 
major professor: Dr. Austin Mast

Plant ecology, evolution, and biodiversity informatics.

Pearson, Victoria
4079 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8817
fax: 850-645-8447
email: vpearson@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Rokyta

Pecina , Parker
Building ()
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email: ppecina@bio.fsu.edu
major professor:

Peterson, Cheston
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8845
fax: 850-645-8447
email: cpeterson@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Cheston 
major professor: Dr. D. Grubbs

Iím generally interested in the community ecology of marine fishes, with particular focus on elasmobranchs. For my dissertation I am investigating the effects of a seasonal migration of Blacktip sharks, Carcharhinus limbatus, on coastal seagrass communities in the Florida Big Bend, and I am using this system to evaluate evidence for either top-down control from a single predator species or diffuse predation through several species occupying similar trophic levels.

Powell, Jackson
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: jpowell@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Scott Burgess

Preston, James
Building ()
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email: jpreston@bio.fsu.edu
major professor:

Prohaska, Bianca
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-8815
fax: 850-645-8447
email: bp13c@my.fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Bianca 
major professor: Dr. D. Grubbs

My research interests are in the physiological ecology of fishes. I am particularly interested in researching deep sea sharks, using plasma hormones to better understand their reproduction, and blood stress parameters to assess any long-term effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Ramirez-Bullon, Natali Rubi
4023 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8575
fax: 850-645-8447
email: nramirez-bullon@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. A. Winn

Rare species are rare for different reasons and in different ways, and understanding the causes of rarity will help refine predictions for the consequences of biodiversity loss. I am interested in understanding what makes a species rare and how some are able to persist at a stable size while others are threatened with imminent extinction. I will conduct field demographic studies to compare rare and common sister taxa, and complement these with manipulations of factors that can promote rarity to identify features that differentiate rare species that are stable from rare species that are threatened by extinction.

Row, Sarayu
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-645-8447
email: sr13r@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. W. Deng

Ryan, Will
4023 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8575
fax: 850-645-8447
email: car11u@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. T. Miller

I use a widespread, exotic sea anemone that can undergo both sexual and asexual reproduction to understand the conditions that promote and constrain the evolution and maintenance of sex.

Sackman, Andrew
4055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: sackman@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Rokyta

I am interested in the genetics of adaptation. I use experimentally evolved bacteriophage lineages to answer questions about pleiotropy, epistasis, and population dynamics.

Sadhukhan, Shreya
Building ()
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email: ssadhukhan@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-jones.php 
major professor: Dr. Kathryn Jones

Saltzberg, Carl
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-645-8847
email: carlsaltzberg@gmail.com
major professor: Dr. S. Steppan

Sayed, Sadia
Building ()
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fax:
email: ssayed@bio.fsu.edu
major professor:

Scherer, Brendan
4055 KING Building (4295)
phone: n/a
fax: n/a
email: bps15c@my.fsu.edu
homepage: http://mastlab.org/people/brendan-scherer 
major professor: Dr. Austin Mast

Plant evolution and systematics

Schulte, Lauren
4004 King Building (4295)
phone:
fax: 850-645-8447
email: lschulte@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Karen McGinnis

Seberg, Andrew
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6585
fax: 850-645-8447
email: aps11b@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. B. Chadwick

Shankle, Kyle
Building ()
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email: ks10z@my.fsu.edu
major professor:

Shu, Zhiqiang
3055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-1502
fax: 850-645-8447
email: zshu@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. W. Deng

Sima, Jiao
3070 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-7584
fax: 850-645-8447
email: SIMAJIAO@GMAIL.COM
major professor: Dr. D. Gilbert

Spetman, Brian
3022 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-9280
fax: 850-645-8447
email: bspetman@gmail.com
major professor: Dr. J. Dennis

Stanfield, Dalton
Building ()
phone:
fax:
email: dstanfield@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Leithen M Gonigle

Stroud, Linda
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8815
fax: 850-645-8447
email: lstroud@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. K. McGinnis

Summerill, Corinne
320 Kasha Building (4380)
phone:
fax:
email: cas11w@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. K. Taylor

Sun, Zhuo
3078 King Building (4295)
phone: n/a
fax: 4295
email: zs13c@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. B. Chadwick

Talwar, Brendan
2024 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-8815
fax: 850-645-8447
email: bst13@my.fsu.edu
homepage: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/people/grad-students#Brendan 
major professor: Dr. D. Grubbs

I am interested in the fate of discarded deep sea elasmobranchs captured as bycatch. My research objectives are to estimate the post-release survivorship of Cuban dogfish and gulper sharks and to identify the drivers of condition and mortality within 24 hours following release.

Thomas, Bennett
Building ()
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email: bjt15b@my.fsu.edu
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Torrence, Kathleen
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: n/a
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kgt14@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. S. Steppan

Turner, Jesse
3055 King Life Sciences Building ()
phone: (443) 974-0538
cell: (443) 974-0538
fax:
email: jturner@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jesselturner3 
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Turpin, Zachary
3055 KING Building ()
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email: zturpin@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Hank Bass

Vafai, Nicholas
320 Biology Unit I Building (4370)
phone: 850-645-9400
fax: 850-644-0481
email: nvafai@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. S. Lenhert

Valvo, Jennifer
4023 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8575
fax: 850-645-8447
email: jv13f@my.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. K. Hughes

I am interested in how phenotypic and genetic variation are maintained in ecologically relevant traits that are under strong natural selection. I examine this by looking at the behavioral and genomic mechanisms underlying female mate preference and the maintenance of polymorphism in Trinidad guppies (Poecilia reticulata) and their close relatives, Poecilia picta.

Vanderbilt, Carla
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-644-6214
fax: 850-645-8447
email: cvanderbilt@bio.fsu.edu
homepage: https://sites.google.com/site/carlacvanderbilt/ 
major professor: Dr. E. DuVal

I am interested in understanding complex courtship and territorial displays and the importance of social context. I am currently investigating how multiple aspects of fine-scale variation of male motor performance are related to sexual selection. My study system is the Lance-tailed Manakin (Chiroxiphia lanceolata), a tropical lekking bird with complex acrobatic displays.

Vendramin Alegre, Stefania
4004 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-9201
fax: 850-644-0481
email: svendramin@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Karen McGinnis

Vogel, Margaret
4023 KING Building ()
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email: mvogel@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Miller

I am interested in ecological processes and community dynamics that occur on a micro-scale. My current work examines the composition and structure of microbial communities that live on seagrass blades and the relationship these communities have with their seagrass host.

Ward, Micaiah
4055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-8520
fax: 850-645-8447
email: mward@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. Darin Rokyta

Westervelt, Natalia
Building ()
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email: new15b@my.fsu.edu
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Wilson, Korey
3055 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-7583
fax: 850-645-8447
email: kwilson@bio.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. D. Gilbert

Yang, Sheng-an
3078 King Building (4295)
phone: 850-645-1502
fax: 850-645-8447
email: cfactory0921@gmail.com
major professor: Dr. W. Deng

Zelinka, Chris
3022 King Life Building (4295)
phone:
fax: 850-645-8447
email: czelinka@neuro.fsu.edu
major professor: Dr. J. Fadool

Zhao, Peiyao
Building ()
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email: pzhao@bio.fsu.edu
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