Rosalyn M. Price-Waldman

I'm an evolutionary biologist interested in coloration and color vision. I'm currently a PhD Candidate and an NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the Stoddard Lab at Princeton University, where I study microstructural, macrostructural, and genetic mechanisms of color production in birds, particularly in tanagers (Thraupidae). See my full CV here.


2019 - now         PhD in Evolutionary Biology and Ecology (Stoddard Lab) - Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)

2016 - 2019 MS in Evolutionary Biology (Burns Lab) - San Diego State University (San Diego, CA) 

2014 - 2016 US Forest Service (Shaver Lake, CA) and Teton Science Schools (Jackson Hole, WY) 

2010 - 2014 BA in Biology - Brown University (Providence, RI) 

2008 - 2010   International Baccalaureate - United World College (Las Vegas, NM)