David Hibbett is an associate professor in biology at Clark University. He is considered one of today's leading researchers "in the analysis of fungal relationships through DNA analysis." At Clark he concentrates his lab work in evolutionary biology and ecology of Fungi.
He spent 1991 as a Science and Technology Agency of Japan Post-doctoral Fellow at the Tottori Mycological Institute in Tottori, Japan. A year later Hibbett taught microbiology at Framingham State College for the spring semester. From 1993 to 1999, Hibbett was a postdoctoral researcher and then a research associate in the laboratory of Michael Donoghue in the Harvard University Herbaria.
- David S. Hibbett
- Hibbett Lab at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., studies evolutionary biology and ecology of Fungi, principally Basidiomycota
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