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Interested in joining the lab?


You've come to the right place! Read more about graduate and undergraduate research opportunities in our lab.


Graduate School

My interests span the field of evolutionary ecology.  I have several projects underway: the evolution of cheating in mutualisms, the community context of obligate mutualisms, studies of escape and radiate coevolution, and phylogenetics of Depressariine moths. For more information on these projects and opportunities in my lab, visit the research site. You may also want to visit the Syracuse University graduate program website.

Students who are interested in pursuing graduate studies in my lab should contact me via e-mail.


Undergraduate Independent Research

Undergraduate projects vary from molecular phylogenetics to ecology and may involve both lab and field components. These projects are long-term commitments; thus, students should be prepared to spend at least 2 semesters working on a project.

More information about undergraduate research can be found on the departmental website.

Students should contact me via e-mail. Please include a resume, a list of biology classes you've taken, and a <300 word summary of your interests in biology and my lab.