Dr. Corey Devin Anderson
Office: Bailey Science Center, Room 1208
Lab: Bailey Science Center, Room 2044
- Postdoctoral Research Associate (Arizona State University, Biodesign Institute; 2006-2011).
- Ph.D., Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology (Washington University in St. Louis, 1999-2006)
- B.A., Integrative Biology (University of California at Berkeley; 1993-1997)
Research interests: the nerd stuff.
My research interests lie in spatial ecology and spatial genetics. I study the geographical, ecological, and microevolutionary processes that shape the spatial distribution of organisms and their genetic variation in natural populations. I conduct my own empirical research and I collaborate with other empirical researchers, usually as a specialist in spatial pattern analysis. I am also interested in the assessment and development of statistical analyses and software tools for conducting spatial pattern analysis.
My teaching interests reflect my research interests. I currently teach a required upper-division course on the topic of Ecology and Evolution (Biology 3250), as well as an upper-division/graduate elective course on the topic of Spatial Analysis (Biology 3050/5050). I am also interested in teaching courses in biometry, geographic information systems (GIS), and a variety of niche courses in ecology and evolution.