Liebl Lab

Department of Biology
University of South Dakota
About Us
We are interested in how variable and extreme environments shape phenotypes.
Current and developmental environment can have profound effects on the phenotype. In the Liebl lab we are interested in what these effects are, but also what the underlying mechanisms that drive this phenotypic variation is.
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Congratulations to Jena Dryer who successfully defended her Honor's thesis!

Congrats to Luke Smith for winning a CURCS grant from USD! This money will help fund his research measuring gene expression of anole muscle types.

Click here to read/listen to recent interview for the Fierce Women's Collective (an initiative to highlight amazing women in science, athletics, business, and the community). It was an honour to be interviewed!

April, 2017- Rachel Drown has accepted a MS position to join the Anderson and Liebl labs this fall! She is interested in chameleon behavior.