Andrew Anderson

Graduate Student
Jones Lab
Office:
116 BSBE
Phone: 
845-4342
Email: aanderson@bio.tamu.edu

Education

  • B.S. Marine Science/Biology, University of Miami.  2004
  • M.S. Marine Biology, College of Charleston.  2013.
  • Sexual Selection and Sex-roles
  • Comparative Biology
  • Genomics
  • Fishes

Publications:

Anderson, AP, Light, JE, Tanako, OM, and ML Morrison. 2018. Population structure of the Townsend’s big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii townsendii) in California. Journal of Mammology. 99(3): 646-658.

Anderson, AP, Denson, MR, and TL Darden.  2014.  Genetic Structure of Striped Bass in the Southeastern United States and Effects from Stock Enhancement.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management.  34(3):  653-667

Presentations:

PAST AND PRESENT GENETIC STRUCTURE OF STRIPED BASS Morone saxatilis IN THE CAROLINAS.  AFS.  2012.  Poster

PAST AND PRESENT GENETIC STRUCTURE OF STRIPED BASS Morone saxatilis IN THE CAROLINAS.  Aquaculture. 2013.  Talk

Determining Genomic Signatures of Sexual Selection in Primates Utilizing Sex Hormone Response Elements.  Evolution.  2016.  Talk

Transcriptional patterns of a secondary sex trait in the sex-role reversed pipefish, Syngnathus scovelli.  Evolution.  2018.  Talk

Determining genomic signatures of sexual selection utilizing sex hormone response elements. PEQG May 2018, Madison, WI. Poster.