Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences- Cancer Biology, Mayo Clinic and Foundation, Rochester,
M.S. Zoology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma
B.S Electrical Engineering, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio
Areas of Expertise
My research focuses on two studies: the analysis of genetic diversity in Kinixys
homeana, hingeback turtles from Ghana and phylogenetic analysis of land snails of
the genera Triodopsis and Ventridens
Winters, C., J. Ross, P. Allman P. 2017. Population genetics between an insular and
coastal population of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwest Florida.
Southeastern Naturalist. 16: 369-382.
Sinclair-Winters, C., P. Moler P, J.D. Berish. 2017. Microsatellite assessment of
Gopherus polyphemus in the Florida Panhandle. Florida Scientist. 80: 151-158.
Winters, C. 2014. Upstream or downstream? Land snail, Ventridens ligera (Say, 1821)
population structure in the Potomac River drainage basin. Journal of Molluscan Studies.
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