shapeimage_6***We are actively recruiting graduate students interested in quantitative ecology & evolution to join the lab here at UCLA. Find out more!***

Ecological dynamics depend on the complex interplay of individual physiology, population dynamics and evolution, species interactions, community structure and diversity, and ecosystem function. We explore these interactions across scales using mathematical, statistical, and experimental approaches to advance a mechanistic and predictive understanding of ecology. In pursuit of these goals, we spend a lot of time studying phytoplankton, tiny plants inhabiting lakes and oceans that play critical roles in marine food webs and global nutrient cycles.

Our group consists of a mix of theoreticians and empiricists. We love exchanging ideas – please contact us if you’re interested in our research, or have ideas or data you’d like to discuss!

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