Lab Members

The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Rob Moyle. Rob is interested in understanding the patterns and processes of avian diversification. He hails from New York.

 

Graduate Students

Luke Campillo.  Luke is broadly interested in avian biogeography and plumage coloration.  He hails from Westmont, IL.

 

Luke Klicka. Luke is interested in avian phylogeography and population genetics.  He hails from Cambridge, MN

 

Joe Manthey.  Joe is interested in processes driving population genetic patterns in natural populations.  He hails from Fond du Lac, WI

 

Carl Oliveros.  Carl is interested in Philippine and Southeast Asian ornithology, biogeography, and conservation.  He hails from Las Pinas City, Philippines.

 

Undergraduate Students

Elia Rieder.  Elia is working with grad student Luke Campillo.

Delaney Bates.  Delaney is working with grad student Carl Oliveros on molecular systematics of Southeast Asian birds.

Will Gunderson.  Will Gunderson is working with grad student Luke Campillo.

Christine Spencer.  Christine is working with grad student Joe Manthey.

 

Former Lab Members

Pete Hosner, Ph.D. (2007–2014).  Pete is currently a postdoctoral fellow working with Rebecca Kimball at the University of Florida.

 

Muhammad Janra, M.A. (2010–2014).

 

Mike Andersen, Ph.D. (2008–2013).  Mike is currently a Frank M. Chapman postdoctoral fellow working with Brian Smith at the American Museum of Natural History.  He will start as Assistant Professor and Associate Curator at the University of New Mexico in the Fall 2015 semester.

 

Robin Jones, M.A. (2010–2013).  Robin is currently an intern at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT.