Lab Alumni

Dr. Dominic Evangelista

Ph. D & B.S. Rutgers, The State University of NJ and New Jersey Institute of Technology Organismal model: Blaberoidea and other Blattodea Dominic's research involves exploring how to effectively describe biodiversity and the landscape level processes that contribute to promoting evolutionary diversification. On the organismal level, Dominic navigates the ecology, taxonomy and systematics of the insects of the order Blattodea. Email: Dominic.Evangelista [at] rutgers.edu Twitter: @Roach_Brain

Dr. William R Kuhn

Ph. D. Rutgers Newark, B.S. University of Texas at Austin M.S. Virginia Tech Organismal model: Anisoptera, particularly Libelluloidea Will's research involves computational analysis of morphometric features and how these correlate with functional traits. Will explores what we can learn about dragonflies based on their wing morphology. Email: willkuhn [at] vt.edu

Dr. Melissa Sanchez Herrara

Ph. D. Rutgers Newark, B.S. and M.S. Universidad de los Andes Organismal model: Zygoptera Melissa's research is focused on the evolutionary forces that maintain diversity in the Neotropics. In order to establish this, she has been working with several Neotropical damselflies with regards to their systematics and population genetics. Email: melsanc [at] gmail.com Twitter: @melsanc

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Dr. Dominic Evangelista

Ph. D & B.S. Rutgers, The State University of NJ and New Jersey Institute of Technology Organismal model: Blaberoidea and other Blattodea Dominic's research involves exploring how to effectively describe biodiversity and the landscape level processes that contribute to promoting evolutionary diversification. On the organismal level, Dominic navigates the ecology, taxonomy and systematics of the insects of the order Blattodea. Email: Dominic.Evangelista [at] rutgers.edu Twitter: @Roach_Brain

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