Michael Wade is my current postdoctoral advisor and an evolutionary geneticist. I am currently working on developing theory to understand the evolution of transmission modes in coevolutionary interactions.
Curt Lively is just down the hall and I regularly attend his lab meetings. As a researcher using the New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) host-parasite system, we have many common interests.
Washington State University
Mark Dybdahl was one of my graduate advisors and an evolutionary ecologist. I conducted my emperical research on Potamopyrgus antipodarum with Dr. Dybdahl. He also contributed significatly to my theoretical projects. (see more)
Michael Alfaro (now at UCLA) was on my committe and a molecular/theoretical phylogeneticist. I worked on various molecular sequencing projects of Wrasses (Halichores) as well as Tetradontiformes.
Phillip Lobel was one of my supervisors while I was a research techician. I worked on a molecular study of parentage and mating system of a damsel fish (Abudefduf sordidus).
University of Utah
Kevin Johnson (now at University of Illinois) was a post-doc in Dr. Clayton's lab. We worked on cophylogetic methods and molecular ecology projects.
Undergraduate Research and Advising
Johnathan (Jackie) Brown was my research advisor while I was at Grinnell College. I conducted a molecular systematics project on a family of Cynipid Gall wasps. The same ones that Dr. Alfred Kinsey worked on while at Indiana University. (see more)
Leslie Gregg-Jolly was my academic advisor at Grinnell College.
University of Pittsburgh
Susan Kalisz was my supervisor while I was a technician. I worked on various field and greenhouse studies of plant mating system genetics.