We are broadly interested in population biology, community ecology, and evolutionary ecology. Although these themes bound our work, we are involved in an eclectic collection of projects that reflect our individual interests and the natural wanderings of collaborative research. Many of our projects have a strong mathematical or statistical backbone, which often binds a project to the lab more than the particular study system or research question. Our central pursuit is the integration of theory and experiments, with a grounding in natural history.

Education in the broadest sense is also a necessary component of science. We engage in education at all levels and try to foster a diverse and equitable community of scientists.

(site updated 1 December, 2022)