Eytan, Ron individual record
Assistant Professor
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My lab studies the origin and maintenance of marine biodiversity, primarily in coral reef fishes, using genomic and computational methods. My lab has broad interests in phylogenomics and phylogeography, population genetics/genomics, and the geography and genetics of speciation in reef fishes.

education and training
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Academic Articles18
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  • Milligan, R. J., Bernard, A. M., Boswell, K. M., Bracken-Grissom, H. D., D'Elia, M. A., deRada, S., ... Sutton, T. T. (2018). The Application of Novel Research Technologies by the Deep Pelagic Nekton Dynamics of the Gulf of Mexico (DEEPEND) Consortium. Marine Technology Society Journal. 52(6), 81-86.
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  • Dornburg, A., Townsend, J. P., Brooks, W., Spriggs, E., Eytan, R. I., Moore, J. A., ... Near, T. J (2017). New insights on the sister lineage of percomorph fishes with an anchored hybrid enrichment dataset.. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 110, 27-38.
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  • Dornburg, A., Federman, S., Eytan, R. I., & Near, T. J (2016). Cryptic species diversity in sub-Antarctic islands: A case study of Lepidonotothen.. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 104, 32-43.
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  • O'Dea, A., Lessios, H. A., Coates, A. G., Eytan, R. I., Restrepo-Moreno, S. A., Cione, A. L., ... Jackson, J. (2016). Formation of the Isthmus of Panama.. Sci Adv. 2(8), e1600883.
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Email
eytanr@tamu.edu
First Name
Ron
Last Name
Eytan