Dan Bock

Ecological genomics of biological invasions

Elizabeth Carlen

Elizabeth Carlen is an evolutionary ecologist with an interest in urban evolution and ecology across taxa. While she has a particular interest in mammals, she has also worked with anoles in Puerto Rico and pigeons in the Northeastern United States (the New York Times even dubbed her “The Pigeon Stalker”). As a Living Earth Collaborative Biodiversity Postdoctoral Fellow, Elizabeth will be working with Dr. Jonathan Losos (WUSTL) to examine the influence of urbanization on the evolution of eastern gray squirrel in St. Louis.

Colin Donihue

Lizard Ecology and evolution in human-dominated landscapes

Anthony J Geneva, Ph.D.

Drexel University, Genetics of speciation and adaptation; phylogenetic and population genomics methods.

James Stroud

Ecology and evolution of species diversity

Kristin M. Winchell

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Ecology and evolution in urban environments.

Former Post-Docs

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