October 2017: Our paper about variation in genomic outcomes of Catostomus fish (sucker) hybridization is published online in Evolution Letters. Six parental species, >60 sampling locations, 12 types of interspecific hybrids…
Read about it here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/evl3.29/abstract
June 2017: Presented our first trout hybridization results at the Evolution meeting in Portland, Oregon.
Update: There’s a video of my talk. Thanks for coordinating talk recordings, Evolution organizers! Video here
July 2016: I started a postdoctoral researcher position at the University of Wyoming, working with Annika Walters and Katie Wagner on genomics of hybridization and speciation. I’m looking forward to working locally (Yellowstone cutthroat trout) and farther afield (cichlids from Tanzania)!
June 2016: It was great to catch up with everyone at Evolution in Austin.
May 6, 2016: I successfully defended my dissertation, titled “Hybridization and species cohesion in Catostomus fishes”.