Paul Hime

  • - PhD Candidate, Biology
  • - National Center for Supercomputing Applications Blue Waters Graduate Research Fellow
  • - National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
203 T.H. Morgan Building
(859) 257-2249
Biography

My research in the Weisrock Lab seeks to use and develop genomic tools to study molecular evolution and phylogenetics at and above the level of species.

Education

- University of Kentucky, PhD Candidate in Evolutionary Biology (expected Spring 2017).

- Washington University in St. Louis, B.A. in Biology, 2004.

Graduate Training

- University of Kentucky, PhD Candidate in Biology, 2013-present.

- University of Kentucky, PhD Student in Biology, 2011-2013.

Selected Publications: 

Hime PM, Hotaling SR, Grewelle RE, O'Neill EM, Shaffer HB, Voss SR & Weisrock DW. 2016. The influence of locus number and information content on species delimitation: an empirical test case in an endangered Mexican salamander. Molecular Ecology. 25(23):5959–5974.

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