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Research in the Leache Lab focuses on phylogenetics, systematics, phylogeography, and species delimitation. We study natural populations, and we conduct fieldwork to collect specimens for our research. Most of us study amphibians and reptiles, but we also have on-going projects focused on birds and mammals. We maintain an active research lab with a mix of graduate students, undergraduate students, and postdoctoral researchers in the Department of Biology and at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Adam started at the University of Washington in 2010 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology and
Curator of Genetic Resources & Herpetology at the Burke Museum. He’s also a member of the Statistical Genetics Faculty Core.
• NSF Bioinformatics Postdoc., UC Davis, 2008–2010
• Ph.D., Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley, 2008
• M.S., Biology, San Diego State University, 2000
• B.S., Biology, San Diego State University, 1997
• A.A., Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA, 1995