Lab Members at North Dakota State University
Photo by John Clary
Dr. Travis Seaborn
Principle Investigator / Assistant Professor
School of Natural Resource Sciences
Current CV (updated 2/2024)
I am a conservation biologist interested in how we impact fish and wildlife, including topics like land use and climate change. My research systems are diverse and heavily driven by stakeholder engagement and needs.
I was an Idaho National Science Foundation EPSCoR Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Idaho. I was primarily in the lab of Dr. Chris Caudill, but I also worked closely with Lisette Waits and Paul Hohenlohe. I am part of the Idaho GEM3 project.
I completed my PhD candidate in the School of Biological Sciences at Washington State University in the labs of Dr. Erica Crespi and Dr. Caren Goldberg.
I can be reached for professional/research reasons at travis.seaborn at ndsu dot edu. I can also be found on ResearchGate, Instagram, and Twitter.
Postdocs and Research Specialists
Dr. Meggan Alston
MS Graduate Student
Rhiannon is working on comparative landscape genomics of bumble bees in North Dakota while doing behavioral ecology work at the Central Grasslands Research Extension Center. She is housed within the School of Natural Resource Sciences. She did her undergraduate at University of Kentucky.