E3B

Environmental, Ecology, and Evolutionary biology

Paola C. L√≥pez-Duarte, Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Behavior and ecology of invertebrates and fish, larval population connectivity, food web interactions in coastal communities.
 

Dr. Larry J. Leamy, Professor. Ph.D., University of Illinois. Quantitative genetics.

Dr. Eugenia Lo, Assistant Professor. Ph.D., malaria life cycle and host-cell interactions in the environment.

Dr. Jim Oliver, Cone Distinguished Professor. Ph.D., Georgetown University. Ecology, physiology, and metabolism of aquatic bacteria; biology of the human pathogen, Vibrio vulnificus.

Dr. Matthew Parrow, Associate Professor., Ph.D., North Carolina State University. Eukaryotic microbial ecology and physiology; biology of harmful algae.

Dr. Molly C. Redmond, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of California at Santa Barbara. Microbial ecology and biogeochemistry

Dr. Adam M. Reitzel, Assistant Professor.  Ph.D., Boston University. Evolution and ecology of coastal invertebrates using comparative genomics, molecular biology, population genetics, evolutionary ecology, and field studies.

Dr. Amy Ringwood, Associate Professor. Ph.D.., University of Hawaii. Environmental toxicology; biology and ecology of aquatic invertebrates.

Dr. Stanley S. Schneider, Professor. Ph.D., University of California, Davis. Animal behavior; communication and foraging of the honeybee.

Dr. Boa-Hua Song, Assistant Professor.  Ph.D., Beijing Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. Plant Evolutionary and Ecological Genetics and Genomics