Carly defended her MS thesis

Congratulations to Carly for the successful defense of her MS thesis!

We are super happy to announce that Carly successfully defended her thesis titled ECO-EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS OF A THERMOCONFORMING ANOLE RECOLONIZING SECONDARY FOREST. For her thesis she compared genomic diversity and structure of Anolis gundlachi among forests of different ages in Puerto Rico. She also collaborated in multiple other projects in our lab and co-authored three peer-reviewed publications. We wish her the very best in her future endeavors.

Miguel Acevedo
Miguel Acevedo
Assistant Professor of Quantitative Wildlife Population Ecology

My research interests include global change, lizard malaria, and quantitative applications for conservation planning.