Dr. Jeffrey Streicher - Postdoctoral researcher

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Jeff with Breviceps

Ph.D, University of Texas at Arlington, 2012 (Quantitative Biology)

M.S., George Mason University, 2007 (Biology)

B.S , George Mason University, 2003 (Theater), 2004 (Biology)

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Office: ERB 449

Lab: ERB 475

Office Phone:

e-mail: streicher(at)uta.edu

Mailing address:

Dr. Jeffrey Streicher
Department of Biology
University of Texas at Arlington
Box 19498
Arlington, TX 76019-0498

Research Interests

(1) I am primarily interested in (1) the role of adaptation in both genomic and whole organism contexts and (2) the characterization of evolutionary relationships within certain taxonomic groups. To address questions related to these topics, I employ methods that span the disciplines of systematics, population genetics, genomics, physiology, and ecology. Most of my research has focused on frogs and snakes but I have also worked with insects and birds. In the Fujita lab I am working on several projects that explore genomic variability across the geographic distribution of select amphibian and reptile species. When not in the lab, museum, or field I enjoy playing and recording rock and bluegrass music.   

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