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    Cook Molecular Genetics Lab
    Postdoctoral Students

      Dr. Melissa Fleming
    1997-1999
    Molecular systematics of ermine and mink in Southeast Alaska, NSF Sloan Post Doctoral Fellowship in Molecular Evolution.
    Dr. Sue Kutz
    2000-2002
    Host-parasite Coevolution, NSF Arctic Archival Observatory. Currently a Professor at the University of Calgary.
    Dr. Vadim Fedorov
    2001-2002
    Lemming phylogeography, NSF Beringian Coevolution Project. Research Professor at the University of Alaska.
      Dr. Angela Garcia
    2001-
    Mutation rates in Peromyscus on contaminated sites of the INEEL.
    Dr. Janet Loxterman
    2001-2002
    Conservation genetics of insular flying squirrels (USFWS). Associate Professor at Idaho State University.
    Dr. Maureen (Mo) Small Fragmentation and population structure in marten. Presently with the Conservation Biology Unit, Genetics laboratory, Washington Department of Fish and Game.
    Dr. Fernando Torres Pérez
    2004-2006
    Coevolution of viral and host genomes. Associate Professor at Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso.

    Dr. Chris Himes

    2010-2012

    South American marsupial molecular evolution. STEM Program Manager, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

    Dr. Eleanor Deardorff

    2012-2014

    Emerging zoonotics at high latitudes
         

     

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