Brian Sidlauskas

Associate Professor and Curator of Fishes
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Ichthyology, Systematics, Evolution, Biodiversity and Conservation of Fishes

Research in my lab seeks to understand the evolution, ecology and systematics of fishes on scales ranging from local to global. We use diverse morphological and molecular methods including phylogenetics, geometric morphometrics, microsatellite analysis and comparative anatomy.  Whether reconstructing evolutionary relationships, investigating cryptic species or testing patterns of trait evolution, our work helps reveal and protect the world’s tremendous biodiversity of fishes.

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Affiliated with: 
Fisheries and Wildlife
Do you accept grad students?: 
I accept graduate students for the Fisheries and Wildlife Department
Graduate Student(s): 
Courses Taught: 
  • FW 315 Ichthyology
  • FW 316 Systematics of Fishes
  • FW 472/572 Advanced Ichthyology