I’m an evolutionary biologist and herpetologist, I work primarily on population genomics and systematics of snakes within the western hemisphere. Much of my research has been focused on snakes in the deserts of western North America, where I have been investigating the causes of population genomic divergence across entire communities of snakes. Broadly my work is focused on understanding the processes that generate genomic diversity and structure natural populations as well as better understanding the evolutionary histories of reptiles and amphibians.

Contact info: myerse@si.edu or eddie.a.myers@gmail.com