William (Ned) Friedman


Arnold Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Director of the Arnold Arboretum

Harvard University

 
People - current

Chi-Chih Wu, Ph.D. Candidate (University of Colorado)


Research area: fertilization biology of maize and teosinte

Sam Holloway, Professional Research Associate, 2007 - 2009


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently: University of Colorado School of Education, Master's in Secondary Science Education

Rob Baker, MORPH Webmaster (University of Colorado)


Research area: evolution of shoot architecture in Mimulus


Currently: Ph.D. candidate (Diggle lab)

People - past

Eric Madrid, Ph.D. 2008


Research area: developmental evolution of the female gametophyte in Piperales


Currently: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Marine Biology, Texas A & M University, Galveston

Noah Greenberg, M.S. 2008


Research area: limnology


Currently: Environmental Impact Specialist, Denver

Jennifer Winther, Ph.D. 2007


Research area: evolution of glomalean fungi in mycoheterotrophic plants


Currently: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Organismic & Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University

Jonathan Krieger, MORPH Webmaster, Ph.D. 2006 (Guralnick lab)


Research area: morphometry and the evolution of leaf shape in ferns


Currently: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Natural History Museum, London

Kirsten Ryerson, Professional Research Associate, 2003 - 2007


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently: Science Teacher, Cherry Creek Public School District, Colorado

Amanda Redford, Professional Research Associate, 2004 - 2006


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently:

Joe Williams, Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2000 - 2003


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently: Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee | homepage

Sandra Floyd, Ph.D. 2000


Research area: developmental evolution of endosperm in ancient angiosperm lineages


Currently: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Biology, Monash University

Martha Cook, Postdoctoral Research Associate, 1996 - 1998


Research area: early diversification of water conducting tissues in vascular plants


Currently: Associate Professor of Biology, Illinois State University | homepage

William Gallup, Professional Research Associate, 2000 - 2003


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently:

Dan Dvorkin, Professional Research Associate, 1997 - 1999


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently: Attorney in Seattle area

Beth Yao, Professional Research Associate, 1990 - 1993


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently:

Reed Crook, M.S. 1991


Research area: reproductive biology of conifers


Currently: Assistant Professor of Biology, Louisiana State University, Alexandria | homepage

Jeff Carmichael, Ph.D. 1995


Research area: double fertilization in Gnetum


Currently: Associate Professor of Biology, University of North Dakota | homepage

Veronica Lerner, Undergraduate Research Associate, 1997 - 1998


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently: Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, New York University | homepage

Devin O'Connor, Professional Research Associate, 2003 - 2004


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently: Ph.D. student, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley

Becky Povilus, Ph.D. Candidate


Research area: molecular developmental basis of female gametophyte patterning

Inaki Hormaza, Sabbatical Visitor


Research area: reproductive biology, genetic diversity and germplasm conservation


Home: Estacion Experimental La Mayora, Malaga, Spain | homepage

Tilly Eldridge, MORPH Research Intern


Research area: plant evo-devo


Currently: University of Norwich/John Innes Ph.D. program

Andrew Drinnan, Sabbatical Visitor, 1998


Research area: paleobotany and comparative plant morphology


Home: University of Melbourne | homepage

Nelson Bittencourt, Sabbatical Visitor, 2007-2008


Research area: embryology and breeding systems of angiosperms


Home: Sao Paulo State University, Brazil | homepage

Terri Reagin, Professional Research Associate, 1988 - 1990


Research area: early diversification of angiosperm reproductive patterns


Currently:

Julien Bachelier, Postdoctoral Research Associate


Research area: plant morphology and evolution

Emily Scherbatskoy, Deland Award Student Fellow


Research area: evolution of conifer reproductive patterns

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