PhD, University of North Dakota
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Research in my lab is focused on global parasitic flatworm diversity, evolution, geographic distribution, response to environmental change and association with symbiotic bacteria. Additionally, I am examining seasonal variation in intestinal microbiomes and helminth infections within small mammals. My lab employs a variety of techniques and methods for answering research related questions, including: classical parasitological techniques (field collecting, proper fixation, staining, slide mounting, and light microscopy); electron and confocal microscopy; real-time PCR; sanger single gene sequencing; next generation metagenomic and whole genome sequencing.
Last updated: 1/25/2017