Phylogenetics lab at Clemson University run by Dr. Christopher L. Parkinson. Research is mainly focused on pit-viper systematics and venom evolution.
Ph.D. student at Ohio State University currently working on the conservation genetics of Massasauga rattlesnakes
Ph.D. candidate at the University of Central Florida researching venom evolution within and between rattlesnakes of the Southwestern United States.
Ph.D. candidate at Clemson University researching the roles of phylogenetic and environmental constraints on venom evolution within and between palm pitvipers in Middle America.
Ph.D. student at Clemson University researching biogeography and venom evolution
M.S. student at the University of Central Florida researching mole skink phylogenetics and biogeography