SRMP - Evolution, Biodiversity, and Conservation Biology
Research in evolution, biodiversity, and conservation biology is conducted across multiple divisions and centers at the Museum. To learn more about ongoing research and the scientists in each department, please visit the department web pages below.
Past Student Projects
Titles of past SRMP student projects conducted in these fields include:
- Diverse fossils in amber from an early tropical broadleaf forest.
- The Evolution of Sperm Tubulin Genes of Stalk-Eyed Flies
- Genetic and Morphological analysis of several species of snakes of the genus Amphiesma
- Ceratopsian Differentiation: Tracking Skull Shape Diversity in Ceratopsians using Geometric Morphometric Analysis
- Parasite Diversity and the Health of Podocnemis Turtles
- Comparison of Large Scale to Small Scale Distribution of Select Species in the Chihuahuan Desert
- Health and genotypic diversity in mountain lions
Students interested in conducting research in the fields of Evolution, Biodiversity, and Conservation Biology can qualify to apply to SRMP by taking a minimum of 3 of the following Science Research courses in the After School Program.
- Conservation Biology
A schedule for the Science Research courses offered in the 2012-13 school year will be available this summer.
Contact: For more information, please e-mail email@example.com or call Hilleary Osheroff (212-769-5141).