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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Jason Shapiro, Postdoctoral Associate

jshapiro@umn.edu

I study the ecology and evolution of microbial interactions using mathematical modeling and experimental evolution.

Lauren Shoemaker, Postdoctoral Associate

lshoemak@umn.edu

Daniel Stanton, Postdoctoral Research Associate

stan0477@umn.edu

My research is aimed at why plants (and other organisms, such as lichens) grow and behave the way they do, and what consequences this has for their surroundings.

Lauren Sullivan, Postdoctoral Associate

lsulliva@umn.edu

Working with Dr. Allison Shaw, we are answering questions related to the causes and consequences of species movement.

Bonnie Waring, Postdoctoral Associate

bwaring@umn.edu

I examine how interactions between plant and soil microbial communities influence biogeochemical cycles in tropical dry forest.

Valerie Wong, Postdoctoral Associate

vwong@umn.edu