Curriculum Vitae overview
Angela McDonnell, PhD
I am a broadly trained plant evolutionary biologist. My research is focused on using genomic techniques to understand evolution and population biology in a variety of flowering plant species including milkweeds, nightshades, and carnations. I aim to become a professor of botany and/or evolutionary biology.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Chicago Botanic Garden; Glencoe, IL — 2019- Present Wickett Lab; Hawaiian Schiedea genome assembly and evolutionary biology, Castilleja, Oenothera, and angiosperm phylogenomics and evolution
Postdoctoral Fellow, Bucknell University; Lewisburg, PA — 2017-2019 Martine Lab; Australian nightshade phylogenomics, evolution, taxonomy, and rare plant population genomics
Graduate Research Assistant, Oklahoma State University; Stillwater, OK — 2011-2017 Fishbein Lab; milkweed phylogenomics, taxonomy
Curatorial Assistant, Oklahoma State University Herbarium; Stillwater, OK — 2011-2016 Specimen curation, databasing, imaging; loan processing; herbarium reorganization
Laboratory Technician, Monsanto; Middleton, WI — 2009-2010 Soy and cotton transformation
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma — Plant Science PhD, 2017
Edgewood College — Biology B.S., 2007 Minors: Philosophy and Environmental Studies
Everything else: see complete CV (linked above) or check out my google scholar page.