Rodriguez Lab

DRodriguez

Our overarching research goal is to answer questions about ecological, evolutionary, and anthropogenic processes that influence biological variation. We focus on microbial species that affect the survival of threatened taxa, zoonotic pathogens and parasites, and symbiotic microbes. We accomplish this by genetically characterizing both pathogen and host populations across landscapes, morphotypes, and ecotypes using traditional genetic techniques, next-generation sequencing technologies, and bioinformatics.

 

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Wildlife Management Position!

Deadline 9/15

The Department of Biology at Texas State University (www.bio.txstate.edu) invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor or associate professor in wildlife management. The successful candidate will be expected to teach both graduate and undergraduate field-based courses in the Department of Biology and develop an externally funded research program involving graduate students that complements existing strengths of our 50-member faculty. Salary and start-up package are negotiable.

https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/17675

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