Daryn Amanda Stover joined the faculty at ASU@Lake Havasu as a lecturer in molecular biology following a postdoctoral research fellowship in molecular evolution and bioinformatics at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia.
Her background is in population genetics and molecular evolution with research interests focused on understanding the evolutionary origins of phenotypic differences among populations and closely-related species, particularly with regards to human heritable disease susceptibility.
Stover's publications have appeared in the journals Developmental Psychology, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Forensic Science International, Journal of Forensic Science, European Journal of Human Genetics and the American Journal of Human Genetics. Additionally, she has presented her research and posters in a number of professional meetings and symposiums.
Stover earned her doctorate in biology from Arizona State University and her bachelor's degree in molecular and cellular biology from the University of Arizona.