Hello and welcome to my academic website! Here you can find information about my research, publications, and other news (such as museum expiditions and outreach). I’m an Ecology and Evolutionary Biology doctoral student in the Miller Lab at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Department of Ornithology and The University of Oklahoma (OU), Department of Biology. Prior to OU, I earned a Masters degree in Jeff Peters Lab at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. My thesis focused on population genomics in the Australian Teals (Genus: Anas). Prior to my Masters Degree, I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology and Latin American Studies during which I did population genetics in Carica papaya in the Moore Lab.
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- Kevin Hawkins
- Department of Ornithology
- Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
2401 Chautauqua Avenue, Norman, Oklahoma 73072-7029
- Department of Biology
- The University of Oklahoma
- 730 Van Vleet Oval Room, Norman, Oklahoma 73019
Genomics Update and Collaborations
Woodpecker genomics underway from Field Season 2016. Field Season 2017 will begin in 2 weeks.
Viral cDNA genomic libraries completed at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation!
SNOMNH Genomics Core Lab now operational! DNA extraction is underway!
Welcome to the academic portal of Kevin Hawkins, doctocal student in ecology and evolutionary biology @ the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural Histroy.