Genevieve Kozak

faculty

Genevieve Kozak, PhD

Assistant Professor

Biology

Research Site

508-999-9149

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Science & Engineering 371

Education

2010University of Wisconsin-MadisonPhD
2004Cornell UniversityBS

Teaching

  • Biostatistics
  • Conservation Genetics

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Statistical concepts for the planning of experiments and the summarization of numerical data. Lectures emphasize probability, testing of hypothesis and the application of different, statistical concepts and problems.

Statistical concepts for the planning of experiments and the summarization of numerical data. Lectures emphasize probability, testing of hypothesis and the application of different, statistical concepts and problems.

Statistical concepts for the planning of experiments and the summarization of numerical data. Lectures emphasize probability, testing of hypothesis and the application of different, statistical concepts and problems.

Continuation of BIO 440. An advanced research project in an advanced student's field of general interest conducted under the supervision of an appropriate staff member, in the form of independent research leading to the solution of a problem.

Statistical concepts for the planning of experiments and the summarization of numerical data. Lectures emphasize probability, testing of hypothesis and the application of different, statistical concepts and problems.

Statistical concepts for the planning of experiments and the summarization of numerical data. Lectures emphasize probability, testing of hypothesis and the application of different, statistical concepts and problems.

Statistical concepts for the planning of experiments and the summarization of numerical data. Lectures emphasize probability, testing of hypothesis and the application of different, statistical concepts and problems.

Terms and hours to be arranged. Graded A-F.

Investigations of a fundamental and/or applied nature culminating in an original contribution to the scholarly research literature of Integrative Biology. Doctoral research contributes to the student's dissertation and should be presented at major conferences and ultimately published in refereed journals. A written dissertation must be completed and defended in accordance with the rules of the Graduate School and the Integrative Biology PhD Program.

Research

Research interests

  • Speciation
  • Genomics
  • Evolutionary Biology
  • Hybridization

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