People . . .


Greg Lang, Assistant professor
Curriculum Vitae

In 2007, Greg received his Ph.D. with Andrew Murray at Harvard University, then spent six years as a post-doctoral fellow in David Botstein's laboratory at Princeton University, before joining Lehigh in the Fall of 2013.


Sean Buskirk, Postdoc, Microbiology


Katie Fisher, Graduate student, Evolutionary biology


Dan Marad, Graduate student, Molecular biology


Ken Brill, Undergraduate student, Molecular biology, Class of 2017


Ali O'Donnell, Undergraduate student, Bioengineering, Class of 2017

Work Study Students . . .

Alex Arteaga, Undergraduate student, Bioengineering, Class of 2016

Christina Pak, Undergraduate student, Biology, Class of 2016

Opportunities for Students and Postdocs . . .

We are always looking for talented students and postdocs who are interested in experimental evolution to join the lab. Molecular evolution is by nature interdisciplinary; therefore students from a variety of backgrounds (for example, evolutionary biology, molecular biology, physics, math, chemistry, computer science, engineering, and systems biology) are welcome.

Graduate Students: Graduate students enter the lab through the Graduate Program in the Department of Biological Sciences. We have three PhD tracts--Molecular Biology, Integrative Biology (which includes evolutionary biology), and Biochemistry.

Post Docs: If you are interested in joining the lab, please send me an email describing your research background, along with a current cv, and contact information for three references.

Undergraduate Students: Undergraduates are welcome in the lab. If you are interested please see our send me an email.

Past Pictures . . .

    BDSI, Summer 2013. Front row: Remy Peace, Greg Lang, Dan Lopresti, Danielle Auth. Back row: Kevin Trinh, Matt Marad, Charles Darwin, Matt Messersmith, Thomas Tavolara.


Lab Alumni . . .


Remy Peace, Undergraduate student, Bioengineering, Class of 2015

Remy is currently a Bioengineering graduate student at Boston University


Department of Biological Sciences | Lehigh University
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Phone: 610.758.6359 | Fax: 610.758.4004

Last Updated: September 2015