H. Lisle Gibbs

Professor
Faculty

Research in my laboratory addresses problems in evolutionary biology, molecular ecology, and conservation genetics through a combination of field work, lab analyses of genetic and protein variation, and statistical modeling of genetic data. Current areas of focus include:

  • Evolution of adaptive variation at the molecular level using snake venom proteins as a model system
  • Evolution and ecology of unisexual vertebrates; see my lab page for more details
  • Conservation genetics of endangered snakes and amphibians
  • Phylogeography and population genetic structure of snakes and birds
Areas of Expertise
  • Molecular Ecology
  • Conservation Genetics
  • Evolutionary Biology
Education
  • M.S. University of Michigan (1981)
  • Ph.D. University of Michigan (1988)
  • B.Sc. Queen's University (1980)

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Phone:
614-688-3861
Fax:
614-688-2030
370 Aronoff Laboratory
318 W. 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210