Ecology, Evolution and Behavior

The department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior conducts a broad range of research spanning molecules to ecosystems from chimpanzee behavior to bacterial evolution, predator interactions on the Serengeti Plains to the impact of nutrients on grasslands.

For a listing of EEB graduate program advising faculty, please click here.

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Ben Janke, Postdoctoral Associate

janke024@umn.edu

Matthew Kaproth, Postdoctoral Associate

mkaproth@umn.edu

The majority of my research has been characterizing species habitat patterns and the underlying mechanisms that determine species abundance and spread.

Mason Kulbaba, Postdoctoral Associate

mkulbaba@umn.edu

Christelle Lacroix, Postdoctoral Associate

clacroix@umn.edu

Norman Lee, Postdoctoral Associate

leen@umn.edu

Eric Lind, Postdoctoral Researcher & Nutrient Network (NutNet) Research Coordinator

elind@umn.edu

In my research I combine phylogenetic analytical techniques and field experiments to explore the influence of evolution and anthropogenic change on contemporary ecological communities.

mitc0713@umn.edu
rpaseka@umn.edu

Pamela Rueda-Cediel, Postdoctoral Associate

pruedace@umn.edu

At the UMN I am evaluating the performance of different population models to assess the potential risks of herbicides to plant species listed under the ESA.

Maj Rundlöf, Postdoctoral Associate

maj.rundlof@biol.lu.se

My current research focus is the combination of landscape ecology and ecotoxicology, where I explore how the exposure to plant protection products and other pressures influence bees.