You are here

Graduate students

To uncover how the mechanics of the inner ears aids directional hearing in fishes.

logo

logo

logo

Using field studies and remote sensing to understand global change impacts on the performance, ecological interactions, and population dynamics of Galapagos and Magellanic penguins.

logo

To understand the biotic recovery of mammals following the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction

logo

I'm interested in the speciation process with a focus on the processes that drive reproductive isolation
I focus on understanding the role of physical asymmetry in fly neural stem cells with the goal to bridge the gap between misregulation of stem cell division and the long-term consequences on organismal development.

logo

Using data science methods to explore species interactions.

logo

logo

Functional morphology, biomechanics, morphological evolution
Understand how organisms change their allocation of energetic resources as environmental conditions change.
Crop responses to a changing climate, mitigation and adaptation in agricultural systems

logo

logo

logo

My research focuses on using bone tissue microstructure as a proxy for growth and life history in Permo-Triassic vertebrate fossils.

logo

logo

I am studying how Pacific Northwest climate and plant communities responded to a global warming event in Earth's past.
I am broadly interested in improving and developing Bayesian phylogenetic methods, with a focus on birth-death models.
The mechanics of cell-scale shape changes.

logo

logo

logo

logo

logo

logo

Study the evolution of auxin signal transduction proteins in flowering plants using synthetic biology techniques.

logo

logo

Connect changes in prey availability and toxicant exposure to killer whale gut microbiome variation and reproductive success.
Tropical hummingbird ecology and foraging patterns

logo

logo

logo

Landscape evolution through paleobotany and isotopic analyses, spread of grasslands in the Neotropics and biological implications

logo

logo

Marine community ecology and echinoderm biology

logo

logo

logo

Uncovering how environmental stressors affect primate genomics and aging.
Understanding the behavior, life history, and macroevolution of multituberculate mammals—the greatest group of mammals that ever lived.

logo