Please feel free to contact me for more information about my research and interests. If you are an undergraduate and are interested in working with me or just want to chat about undergraduate research opportunities - Definitely reach out!
MichelleGaynor at ufl.edu
Florida Museum of Natural History doctoral students have been awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, a competitive funding opportunity that supports scientists in the early stages of their career.....
New paper! This project was completed with the Soltis Lab and D. Blaine Marchant during a mini-REU in Summer 2017. This project investigated niche divergence among ploidal levels in a classic autopolyploid system, Galax urceolata.
Excited to share my first publication. This project began as part of my first REU with Julienne Ng and Robert Laport. This paper is part of a special edition of Frontiers titled Polyploid Population Genetics and Evolution - From Theory to Practice.