People in the Revell Lab
|Liam J. Revell
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
My Citations (Google Scholar)
Postdocs and Students
|R. Graham Reynolds
Graham started in the lab as a postdoc in August 2011. Graham earned his Ph.D. in the Fitzpatrick lab at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Graham studies the population genetics and conservation biology of reptiles. For more information, please visit Graham's website.
|Kristin M. Winchell
Kristin started in the lab as a Ph.D. student in September 2011. She studies urban ecology and adaptation in reptiles. For more information, please visit Kristin's website.
Tiara is a University of Massachusetts Boston undergraduate student who has been working with Graham on the genetics of Caribbean boas, as well as helping with lizard care.
Karen is a recent University of Massachusetts Boston graduate who started research in the Revell lab fall semester 2012. She is working with Graham on the genetics of Puerto Rican boas.
Siedeh is a University of Massachusetts Boston undergraduate student who is started working in the Revell lab in spring semester 2013. She is interested in plant genetics and transgenics. She is working with Graham to learn about what we do and to improve her molecular lab skills.
Kathrin is a University of Massachusetts Boston undergraduate student who is interested in marine ecology and lionfish. She has joined the lab to learn methods in molecular ecology, such as DNA isolation and PCR.
|THIS COULD BE YOU!
Please contact me about opportunities for undergraduate research experience, graduate study, or postdoctoral research in my lab.
|Yoel E. Stuart
Yoel is a Ph.D. student in the Losos Lab at Harvard University. Yoel is presently running a common garden experiment with Anolis carolinensis in collaboration with our lab. For more about Yoel, check out his website.
|Jillian C. Newman
Jill is a Northeastern University undergraduate student who worked in the lab from summer of 2011 until the fall of 2013. She first left us last summer to intern in Tracy Langkilde's lab at Penn State. Jill came back in the fall, but is now in Australia on a study-abroad. Jill is interested in all things reptile and amphibian related and worked in the lizard colony and with Graham in the lab.
Sofia is a Barnard College undergraduate who was an REU student in the lab during the summer of 2012. She worked with Kristin on adaptation to urban environments in Anolis cristatellus. Check out the terrific poster from her summer project!