Adrienne Kovach Associate Professor Department of Natural Resources and the Environment University of New Hampshire 114 James Hall, 56 College Road, Durham, NH 03824 603-862-1603 firstname.lastname@example.org
Research in our lab is focused on the population ecology and conservation of vertebrates. We use interdisciplinary approaches, often integrating genetic and genomic tools with population and landscape modeling and the collection of observational and ecological data. We address fundamental and applied questions about animal dispersal, population structure and gene flow, ecological adaptation, speciation, and occupancy and abundance monitoring.
I am seeking a postdoctoral researcher in Conservation Genomics. Find out about the 2-year position here.
Congratulations to Melissa Bauer for being awarded a Dissertation Year Fellowship for her PhD research on New England cottontail population modeling!
Check out our new paper on the range-wide New England cottontail monitoring effort.