The Conservation Genetics Lab at SUNY Buffalo State has a focus on using molecular methods to study animal populations of conservation interest.
The questions we ask include: What is a population? How do populations interact? How does this interaction affect the long-term viability of the population and of the species?
The main species the lab works with are hellbender salamanders, Common Loons, and Bald Eagles… but there are many other projects in the works!
We are located in the Science and Mathematics Complex (SAMC) room 315.
Associate Professor, Biology
1300 Elmwood Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14222
mcmillam at buffalostate dot edu