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Liebgold Lab General Interests
 
I am an Assistant Professor at Salisbury University in the Biological Sciences Department. I teach classes such as Evolution, Ecology, Biology of Reptiles and Amphibians, and Ornithology. My research interests involve ecological and evolutionary questions relating to the interplay between animal movements, genetic structure, and habitat. My students and I are currently studying a variety of projects, including endangered spotted turtles and tiger salamanders as well as ground-nesting warblers, with a focus on mark-recapture population size estimation, sex-biased dispersal, population connectivity, and color polymorphism.
 
Prospective undergraduate and Master’s students are encouraged to read more about our lab and join us!
 
 
 
Eric B. Liebgold, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Salisbury University
Department of Biological Sciences
Henson Science Hall 230E
Salisbury, MD 21801
(410) 543-6499
Email: ebliebgold(at)salisbury(dot)edu