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Welcome to the Aguirre Lab at DePaul University! We are broadly interested in the origin and evolution of biological diversity. Our research mostly involves studying population-level processes in fishes, and we conduct research in temperate and tropical systems from Alaska to Ecuador. We use many different tools to tease apart the complexity of biological systems, including traditional and geometric morphometrics to study morphological variation, and microsatellites and DNA sequences to study molecular variation.


Fisherman under tree drawing.

This page is maintained by Windsor E. Aguirre, Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
DePaul University, Chicago

Created: 25 June 1998
Last updated: 28 April 2014
(Photos: Copyright Windsor Aguirre)




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