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July 2019: REU poster gala, 7/31 2-4pm!

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June 2019: Welcome to our 10 summer REU students! Alexis Diaz and Ashley Nunez will be working in the VertLab this summer.

Feb. 2019:  Our Research Experience for Undergraduates program at UT's Lake Erie Center is funded by NSF!  

Feb. 2019:  PhD student Ian Clifton receives a Horned Lizard Conservation Society Research Grant

Jan. 2019:  MS students Sarah Carter and Austin Hulbert received UT's Graduate Student Association Research grant

About my research

My research explores the mechanisms underlying species’ responses to rapid environmental change and their potential to affect species persistence.  I study phenotypic plasticity, adaptive genetic change, and geographic range shifts to understand organisms’ capacity for responding to novel conditions, and constraints limiting adjustment to rapid environmental change. Many of our current research projects also focus on how anthropogenic factors such as land use and environmental toxins affect wildlife.  Read more on the RESEARCH page.

Jeanine M. Refsnider, Ph.D.
Contact Dr. Refsnider

University of Toledo

Department of Environmental Sciences

Wolfe Hall Ste. 1235, Mail Stop 604

2801 West Bancroft St.

Toledo, OH 43606-3390

Email:  jeanine.refsnider@utoledo.edu

EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY - CONSERVATION BIOLOGY - GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY - HERPETOLOGY

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