The Graduate Program in

Andrew Whiteley

Assistant Professor of Environmental Conservation

B.A., Northwestern University, 1997
Ph.D., University of Montana, 2005

Research Interests

Dr. Whiteley conducts conservation genetics research primarily on fishes. His research program uses a cross-disciplinary, integrative approach to address fundamental questions in conservation genetics as well as evolutionary biology and ecology. He combines evolutionary genomics, molecular population genetics, quantitative genetics, capture-mark-recapture analysis, field and lab-based experiments, and computational approaches. Dr. Whiteley is particularly interested in using basic research to inform management and conservation efforts.

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