The Mahon Laboratory

 
 
 

Lab photo of the week-ish (4/4/18):

Taken a while back, Matt Galaska, a former Mahon laboratory technician and now a postdoctoral fellow at Lehigh University, collecting water samples for an environmental DNA project in the lab.  Dr. Galaska is a co-author on the lab’s newest publication relating to the population genomics of Northern snakehead in North America. See here for a copy: https://peerj.com/articles/4581.pdf


                   


Mahon Lab NEWS: April 2018. 


Most recent publications from the lab:

Resh, C.A.*, Galaska, M.P., Mahon, A.R. Genomic analyses of Northern snakehead (Channa argus) populations in North America. PeerJ 6:e4581; DOI 10.7717/peerj.4581  https://peerj.com/articles/4581.pdf


A number of manuscripts are in review for publication and more nearing submission for publication also. Updates soon! Check back here and on Twitter (@CMU_Antarctica) for news on all of these.




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Welcome to the Mahon Laboratory at Central Michigan University.  As a part of the Department of Biology and the Institute for Great Lakes Research at CMU, our focus is on using molecular genetic tools to explore organismal detection, biodiversity, and phylogeography in both aquatic and marine ecosystems.


Potential Ph.D., M.S. or Undergraduate students interested in a research project:  See OPPORTUNITIES PAGE!