“[People] love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
I am recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to join my lab Spring 2024. If you are interested, please send me an email with your research interests and CV.
Molly Albecker, Principal Investigator
Science Interests: Eco-evolutionary dynamics, life history evolution, natural history, modeling, anuran amphibians, coastal ecosystems.
Other Interests: My family, spending time in nature, tacos, traveling, running long distances, swamps, thinking deeply about shallow things.
University of Houston
Aaron Devine, PhD Student
Science Interests: Responses to climate change, biogeography, phenotypic plasticity, conservation biology, ecological genomics, aquatic ecosystems, eco-evolutionary dynamics, and amphibians
Aaron’s interests broadly lie in organismal responses to climate change. More specifically, he has interests in how geographically isolated populations respond to climate change, and how these responses may vary across populations and species. He aims to support conservation strategies for populations experiencing change, and investigate of local adaptation and phenotypic plasticity, ecological genomics, and other processes that may be influenced by climate change.
Other Interests: Basketball, reading, eating food, and spending time with friends
Camryn Kritzell, PhD Student
Science Interests: Carry-over effects, climate change, urbanization, conservation biology, life history, predictive modeling, amphibians
Other Interests: Climbing, art, camping, bird watching, swimming, spending time with my dog
Jessica Nguyen, Undergraduate researcher
Science Interests: Phenotypic plasticity in marine animals, the effects of urbanization and climate change on aquatic ecosystems, and mechanisms of osmoregulation in amphibians
Other Interests: Crocheting, axolotls, video games, anime, and soup