Andrew T. Taylor, Ph.D.
I am an Assistant Professor of Fisheries Biology at the University of Central Oklahoma, where I curate the ichthyology collection and am a member of the multidisciplinary Center for Wildlife Forensics and Conservation Studies. I earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in fisheries from the University of Georgia and a Ph.D. in fisheries and aquatic ecology from Oklahoma State University. See my UCO bio page here.
M.S. Research Assistant
Briant joined the lab in Fall 2019. As an undergraduate, his research focused on quantifying fish community change in urbanized prairie streams. He began his M.S. research on the occupancy of Bluntface Shiner in Spring 2021.
Alexis joined the lab in Spring 2020. She is investigating angler choice in tag-reporting methods, and how data quality varies across reporting methods.
Britton joined the lab in Spring 2020. He is investigating variation in morphology and patterning across distinct genetic lineages of Smallmouth Bass, with a focus on the Neosho subspecies.
Kobe joined the lab in Spring 2021. He is cataloging UCO Museum of Natural History’s Ichthyology Teaching Collection and assisting with field sampling logistics.