‚ÄčEvolution, Ecology and Population Biology Faculty

   
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  • Matthew A. Albrecht, Ph.D. - Ecology and conservation of rare plants
  • Garland E. Allen, Ph.D. - History, philosophy and sociology of biology, especially genetics, evolution, embryology and eugenics
  • Yehuda Ben-Shahar, Ph.D. - Molecular, cellular, genetic and evolutionary mechanisms of behavior
  • Carlos A. Botero, Ph.D. - Exploring how variable and unpredictable conditions affect eco-evolutionary processes
  • Alex Bradley, Ph.D. - Examination of modern and ancient biogeochemical cycles; the coevolution of life and the Earth.
  • Bruce A. Carlson, Ph.D. - Sensory and Evolutionary Neuroscience
  • Thomas B. Croat, Ph.D. - Systematics and ecology of Araceae
  • Gautam Dantas, Ph.D. - (1) Dynamics, ecology, and evolution of antibiotic resistance, (2) Engineering enhanced probiotics to treat GI disorders, (3) Engineering microbial biofuel catalysts
  • Christine E. Edwards, Ph.D. - Using genetic approaches to understand the evolutionary and ecological causes and consequences of rarity in endangered plant species
  • Justin C. Fay, Ph.D. - Population and evolutionary genetics, computational and experimental genomics
  • David A. Fike, Ph.D. - Microbial biogeochemistry and metabolic stable isotopic (C/N/S) fractionation
  • Victoria J. Fraser, M.D. - Healthcare epidemiology, including the study of nosocomial infections, specifically surgical site infections, blood stream infections and ventilator-associated pneumonia
  • Andrew C. Heath, D.Phil. - Genetic studies of alcoholism, smoking and drug dependence, depression, suicidality and anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and methodological research in genetic epidemiology
  • Peter C. Hoch, Ph.D. - Phylogenetics of Onagraceae, especially Epilobium; biogeography, floristics, pollination biology
  • Elizabeth A. Kellogg, Ph.D. - Identifying deep similarities among plants as apparently disparate as rice, wheat, maize, and the other cereals
  • Heather A. Lawson, Ph.D. - Integration of whole-genome sequence with phenotypic data to understand parent-of-origin genetic effects and gene-by-environment interactions.
  • Scott A. Mangan, Ph.D. - Ecological and evolutionary implications of plant-microbial interactions
  • Josh L. Morgan, Ph.D. - Use advanced cellular imaging techniques to investigate how neurons organize themselves into image processing circuits
  • Jonathan A. Myers, Ph.D. - Community ecology, biodiversity, and biogeography of temperate and tropical ecosystems
  • Kenneth M. Olsen, Ph.D. - Plant evolutionary biology, molecular population genetics, genetics of adaptation, phylogeography
  • David Queller, Ph.D. - The evolution of sociality, cooperation, and cheating in a eukaryotic microbe, using experimental evolution, genomics, and other approaches
  • D.C. Rao, Ph.D. - Statistical genetic analysis of cardiovascular disease traits using GxG and GxE interactions
  • Jan Salick, Ph.D. - Ethnobotany is the interactions among plants, peoples, and their environments in either ecological or evolutionary time.
  • Barbara A. Schaal, Ph.D. - Evolutionary genetics and systematics of plants
  • Joan E. Strassmann, Ph.D. - We work on social interactions and mutualism using a microbial system so we can study cheating, conflict and cooperation at experimental and genomic levels, within and between species, in particular in social amoebae and their farmed bacteria
  • Brian K. Suarez, Ph.D. - Genetic epidemiology of psychiatric disorders, linkage studies of Mendelian diseases with emphasis on theoretical issues involved in mapping recessives in endogamous populations
  • Juan Sebastian Tello, Ph.D. - Study of biodiversity, particularly on macroecology, metacommunity ecology, biogeography and spatial ecology
  • Christopher N. Topp, Ph.D. - Subterranean phenotyping and characterizing the environmental and genetic factors that condition root growth
  • Ting Wang, Ph.D. - Epigenome evolution and epigenetic determinants of cell fate
   
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