Fates of populations in modified habitats
Wild populations are facing unprecedented global change. We study the nature of this change through the lenses of ecology, evolution, and conservation. In particular, we ask whether populations experiencing environmental change are adapting or becoming maladapted. Our work is guided by an overarching goal of developing understanding of the fate of natural systems influenced by human activities.
Congratulations to Lauren, Richard, and Mia for receiving Elm City Innovation fellowships to support their research projects!
Congratulations to Joe, Alina, Faruk, Silvia, and Tracy on their summer REU support from Dartmouth College!
Congratulations to Mary for defending her thesis!
Lauren Frymus joins the lab as a new master's student, and just received a GSGA Fellowship to boot. Welcome and congratulations, Lauren!
Road salt research led by undergrads Lauren Frymus and Faruk Senturk featured on the front page of the New Haven Register. Congrats Lauren and Faruk!
Faruk Senturk was awarded the SCSU Undergraduate Research Grant to study the physiology of (mal)adaptive responses to road salt pollution. Congratulations Faruk!