Mike Logan, University of Nevada-Reno
My lab studies the ways in which organisms adapt to rapid changes in their environments. We address our research questions from many angles and integrate methods from a diversity of fields including ecology, evolution, physiology, genomics, and animal behavior.
Christian L. Cox, Florida International University
My lab combines physiology, genomics, and transcriptomics to understand the evolution of functional, phenotypic and genetic variation in a broad geographic and temporal context.
W. Owen McMillan, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
I am broadly interested in the origins and genetic basis of adaptive variation. This variation is often the product of natural selection. Identifying it and understanding how it works represent both the challenge and promise of modern biology