LYNETTE STRICKLAND

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Lynette Strickland recently finished her PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she used RAD-sequencing, genome data and biological assays to study the genomic and ecological basis of color variation in a Panamanian tortoise beetle. She will be working with MGL using RAD and genome data from several commercially and ecologically relevant species (Red Drum, Southern Flounder, Spotted Sea Trout, and the Lionfish) to identify sex-determining loci for hatcheries management and biological control

Current Projects: 

MARINE  GENOMICS  LABORATORY   •   TEXAS  A&M  UNIVERSITY -  CORPUS  CHRISTI     •   6300  OCEAN  DRIVE    •   CORPUS  CHRISTI,  TX  78412 - 5869