Andrew Mahon
Professor
Department of Biology
Institute for Great Lakes Research
Molecular Ecology, Phylogeography, Molecular Systematics
Biosciences 3112
989-774-1177


Dr. Mahon is a professor of Biology at Central Michigan University

Education

  • Ph.D., Ecological Sciences, Old Dominion University, 2007
  • M.S., Biology, University of Alabama, Birmingham, 2000
  • M.S., Biology, Truman State University, 1999
  • B.S., Chemistry, Truman State University, 1997

Research Expertise

  • Molecular Ecology
  • Molecular Surveillance & Detection of Invasive Species
  • Phylogeography and Genetic Connectivity
  • Molecular Systematics

Publications

  • Halanych, K.M. and Mahon, A.R. 2014. Discovering diversity with high throughput approaches. Biological Bulletin. 227: 91-92.
  • Nathan, L.R., Simmons, M., Wegleitner, B., Jerde, C.L., Mahon, A.R. 2014. Quantifying environmental DNA signals for aquatic invasive species across multiple detection platforms. Env. Sci. and Technology. 48(21): 12800-12806.
  • Nathan, L.R., C.L. Jerde, M. McVeigh, Mahon, A.R. 2014. Preventing Great Lakes species introductions through bait trade regulations and angler education. Management of Biological Invasions. 5(4): 319-326.
  • Nathan, L.R., Jerde, C.L., Budny, M., Mahon, A.R. 2014. Invasive species surveillance of the Great Lakes commercial bait trade using environmental DNA. Conservation Biology. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12381
  • Mahon, A.R., Nathan, L., Jerde, C.J. 2014. Meta-genomic surveillance of the commercial bait trade. Con. Genetic Res. 6(3): 563-567.​​