Angela is interested in understanding how species adapt to environmental stressors. Her previous work involved biogeography and evolution of rodents. Angela is currently studying the evolution of toxin resistance in birds, lizards, and snakes.
Kerry is an Interfaces of Global Change fellow. Her dissertation research focuses on the evolution of toxin resistance in predator-prey arms races and the effects of sex-linkage on the molecular evolution of gene families.
Sarah Foltz, Assistant Professor, Radford University
John Abramyan, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Tamara Fetters (PhD 2018)
Eric Wice, Ph.D. student, Rice University
Emily Watts, Ph.D. Student, Ohio University