Stephanie Coster

Associate Professor of Biology

122 Copley Science Center

Randolph-Macon College

Ashland, VA 23005


In my research I use genetic approaches to facilitate the conservation and management of wildlife populations. I've worked with many different species from black bears, to spotted salamanders, to rails, and elephant shrews (sengis). I like when I get to go outdoors and catch things, but I spend a lot of my time in the lab. If you are detail-oriented and are interested in working in my lab, send me an email.