Michael Lloyd, Ph.D.

Associate Computational Scientist

My research has focused the application of genetic data to complex biological problems.

I joined the Jackson Laboratory having previously worked on a diverse set of organisms. My Ph.D. focused on population and conservation genetics of a submersed aquatic plant species, which was targeted for restoration efforts. Prior to joining Jax, I was a member of the Department of Entomology at the Smithsonian Institution. In that role, I was responsible for the generation and analysis of target enrichment data used in phylogenomics. At Jax I have been involved in research projects associated with the Jax PDX program, PDX Network, PIVOT consortium, and Cube initiative.

Michael Lloyd on ORCID

Education and experience

Education

University of Maryland
Ph.D., Plant Science
Adv: Dr. Maile C. Neel
2007-2012

Towson University
M.S., Biology
Adv: Dr. Roland P. Roberts
2005-2007

Loyola College
B.S., Biology
2001-2005