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We combine global change biology with behavioral ecology to study the ecological causes and consequences of animal behavior and the impacts of environmental change on wildlife populations.

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Associate Professor
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Emergent dynamics within and among cell populations; multi-scale, multi-class computational models of dynamic life systems; network inference of cellular regulation; (machine) learning from biological data; entrainment & control.
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Professor
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Professor
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Associate Professor
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We are interested in how the structure of biological communities impacts their stability and functioning, primarily using plant-pollinator interaction networks as a model system.
Associate Professor
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Developing data-driven dynamic models of brain and natural behavior
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Our research focuses on using physiology to improve models for predicting ecological and evolutionary responses to climate variability and change.
Associate Professor
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My lab is investigating mechanisms to establish cellular and subcellular asymmetry, and its contribution to cell diversity and tissue morphogenesis
Professor
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We study the effects of variable environmental conditions on the biomechanical, physiological and ecological performance of coastal marine organisms, especially invertebrates and seaweeds on rocky shores.
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Our research seeks to understand the principles the govern and control movement in living systems. Some of our work seeks to provide a mechanistic understanding of sensorimotor control as well as the molecular basis of force generation.
Professor
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Associate Professor
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor
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Our research goals are to investigate how plants respond and adapt to daily and seasonal changes at the molecular level for survival.
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We use real-time evolution experiments with microorganisms to understand how genetic and ecological interactions shape evolution, and how new levels of biological organization emerge.
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Evolution and systematics of reptiles and amphibians, with a focus on phylogenetics, phylogeography, and species delimitation, mostly in lizards.

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Professor
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Professor
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Plant Development + Plant Synthetic Biology = Plant Logic Working to topple structural inequities including systemic racism. BLM
Professor
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My research uses phylogeny to understand diversification of flowering plants over time and across space, primarily in the Neotropics.
Associate Professor
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We study the cell and developmental biology of the divergent protozoan parasite Giardia lamblia to identify new therapeutic opportunities.

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Professor
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Associate Professor
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Professor
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We are interested in neural mechanisms of vocal learning and production in birds and in bipedal balance in birds
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We seek to understand how evolution, genetics and environment shape complex traits in fruit flies and pet dogs.
Assistant Professor
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Molecular and cellular regulation of zebrafish organ development and repair
Assistant Professor
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I use nectar-feeding animals to bridge the gap between our knowledge of ecological and coevolutionary patterns and their underlying mechanisms.
Professor
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Professor
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Marine community ecology, especially interaction networks, aquaculture impacts, species invasions, and response to global change in biogenic habitats (shellfish and seagrass) of mudflats
Associate Professor
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We study the evolution of morphological, functional, behavioral and ecological traits, and how they relate to the radiation of bats and other mammals.

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Professor
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Vertebrate paleontology and evolution, particularly of the Permian and Triassic.
Assistant Professor
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Function and evolution of the plant immune system
Professor
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Paleobotany & paleoecology: Reconstructing ecosystem assembly through Earth history, focusing on the role of plants, especially grasses and grasslands.

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We are investigating the molecular control underlying development, evolution and regeneration of marine invertebrates.
Associate Professor
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Abigail Swann is an atmospheric scientist and ecologist who is interested in the transitions, thresholds, and feedbacks of the coupled ecosystem-climate system, or ecoclimate. More specifically, she works to understand when, where, and how plants influence the climate across a range of spatial and temporal scales.

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Professor
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Professor
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Probing physiological mechanisms determining leaf growth rate and resource allocation and behavior in growing plants.
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We use genetics, genomics and cell biological approaches to understand sperm function during fertilization and paternal effects on early embryogenesis

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Professor
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Professor
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Understanding early mammal evolution and ecology in the context of earth history events through fieldwork, systematics, and functional analysis.

Research Professor

Research Professor
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Understand the ecological structure of marine shoreline communities and their relationships to both the physical environment and human impacts.

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Research Professor
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Teaching Professor

Associate Teaching Professor
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Teaching Professor
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Improving biology teaching through developing evidence-based inclusive teaching strategies and creating tools to guide curricular reform
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Associate Teaching Professor
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Assistant Teaching Professor
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Associate Teaching Professor
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Teaching immunology through core concepts. Developing student communities and skills by linking classes to student career development.
Teaching Professor
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My departmental goal relates to anti-racist and inclusive curriculum revolution
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Assistant Teaching Professor
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Achieving, ensuring, and then maintaining equity in educational outcomes in college STEM classrooms.
Teaching Professor
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Create faculty development programs for wide-spread implementation of evidence-based teaching across universities.

Adjunct

Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Associate Professor
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Adjunct Associate Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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I am interested in advancing the practice of conservation through transformative, inclusive pedagogies, and in supporting conservation teams to improve their collaborations with youth.

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Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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hair cell development, death and regeneration

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Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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Affiliate

Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Associate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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My research focuses on the intersection of conservation biology, ecological restoration, biogeography, and floristics in the Pacific Northwest.

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Affiliate Assistant Professor
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Adjunct Professor
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Affiliate Assistant Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Biology of medusae, ctenophores, and staurozoans in changing ocean ecosystems.

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Affiliate Associate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Associate Professor
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Affiliate Assistant Professor
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Affiliate Associate Professor
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Affiliate Associate Professor
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Affiliate Assistant Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Associate Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Associate Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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To understand the hormonal regulation of insect and crustacean metamorphosis

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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus
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Teaching Professor Emeritus
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Visiting

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Visiting Scholar
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Visiting Scholar
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Temporary Teaching

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Teaching Associate
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Lecturer, part-time
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Teaching Associate
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Acting Instructor
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Teaching Associate
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Teaching Associate
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Teaching Associate
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