Dr. Alan Lemmon
Assistant Professor (Ecology, Evolution and Behavior Ph.D, 2007) in the Department of Scientific Computing, Alan spearheads the upstream and downstream bioinformatics of probe design and raw data processing for anchored phylogenomics collaborations. He is the creative driver behind the research program.
Dr. Emily Moriarty Lemmon
Assistant Professor (Ecology, Evolution and Behavior Ph.D, 2007) in the Department of Biological Science, Emily coordinates and oversees anchored phylogenomics projects in the molecular laboratory. She facilitates development of new collaborations and keeps the research humming.
Michelle is a postgraduate researcher (Biological Science B.S., 2012, FSU) who oversees anchored phylogenomics projects, collecting data both manually and via the lab’s liquid-handling robot.
Ameer Reza Jalal
Ameer is a postgraduate researcher (Physical Science B.S., 2014, FSU) who oversees the analyses of phylogenomic data through the bioinformatics pipeline, and maintains hardware and software systems.
Sarah is a postgraduate researcher (Molecular and Cell Biology B.S., 2014, UConn) who manages projects, prepares samples for Illumina sequencing, and optimizes sequencing protocols.
Sean is a postgraduate researcher (Biological Science B.S., 2015, FSU) who contributes to project organization, sample preparation, and data analysis.
Alyssa is a postgraduate researcher (Biological Science B.S. & German B.A, 2013, FSU) who performs project organization, sample quality control, sonication, and other general lab duties.
Kirby is an undergraduate researcher (Computational Science B.S, 2017, FSU) who assists in bioinformatics analysis, including assemblies, alignments, and trees.
Senior Postdoctoral Internfgrazziotin@gmail.com
Felipe is a postdoctoral researcher from Universidade de São Paulo. He trained in the laboratory for three months in early 2013 and returned for an additional six months of training during the 2013-2014 academic year. Felipe is collecting large anchored phylogenomic data sets for Brazilian squamates.