Kathleen Currie

Kathleen is a native Texan (and yet somehow still cannot stand the summers here). She attended UT Arlington as an undergraduate, where she worked in Dr. Fujita’s lab on projects aimed at investigating genome evolution in salamanders, geckos, lizards, and frogs. She received her B.S. in Biology (Genetics) in 2015. As a graduate student, her research focuses on genetic diversity among the whiptail lizard Aspidoscelis and how it relates to their microbiome. She enjoys field work and anything else that allows her to get out and hike.
She also really likes cats.


Office: ERB 446

Lab: ERB 475

e-mail: kathleen.currie(at)uta.edu
Mailing address:

Kathleen Currie

Department of Biology

University of Texas at Arlington

Box 19498

Arlington, TX 76019-0498