People


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Joel McGlothlin
    @joelmcglothlin
CV     Google Scholar
Phone: (540) 231-0046     Office: Derring Hall 4038

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and a member of the Global Change Center. My research takes a variety of approaches to understand the evolution of complex traits.


Postdoc

Angela Hornsby

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.


Graduate Student

Kerry Gendreau

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.


Undergraduate Researchers

Rob Hadad

Caitlin McCaughan


Lab Alumni
Postdocs
2015-18
Sarah Foltz, Assistant Professor, Radford University

2015-16
John Abramyan, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan-Dearborn

Graduate Students
2013-18
Tamara Fetters (PhD 2018)

2015-16
Julie Wiemerslage

Lab Managers
2015-17

Thomas Wood

2013-15

Eric Wice, Ph.D. student, Rice University

Undergraduate Researchers
2018
Tyler Miller
Alex Nguyen
Madison Thammavong

2017
Arin Davis

Mackenzie Huber
Maeghan Klinker
Emily Meeks
Blake Spiers
Emily Watts, Ph.D. Student, Ohio University

2016
Kathryn Moore
Blake Spiers

2015
Joanne Amposta
Merrie Chappell
Anna Curreri
Prabhsimret Dhillon
Christopher Noble-Molnar
Daniel Powers
Alexandria White
Thomas Wood

2014
Anastasia Arkhipova
Andrew Schurtz