Rich Meisel's research group is in the Department of Biology and Biochemistry at the University of Houston. We use genetic, genomic, and molecular biology approaches to study sex chromosomes, sex determination, and other topics in evolutionary biology. Our lab is housed in rooms 428 and 433 of Science and Research Building 2, in a space shared with the Kelleher lab.
Interested in joining the lab? We are continuously recruiting graduate students, post-docs, and undergraduates to collaborate on wet lab and computational projects. We accept graduate students through the Ecology and Evolution and Cell and Molecular Biology degree programs. Post-doc candidates should apply directly to Rich Meisel (rpmeisel <at> uh <dot> edu). Undergraduates can earn course credits, work-study salary, summer salaries, or work toward an honors thesis.