Our research lab, located in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University, focuses on the dynamic and complex interactions that regulate life in aquatic habitats.
Both M.S. and Ph.D. students explore pertinent environmental issues threatening biological diversity and ecosystem function using theoretical and quantitative techniques. We use amphibian systems to answer our ecology-based queries, but believe that the scientific question should dictate the model system, not the other way around.
We appreciate a diverse working environment and integrate educational and applied aspects into our research.
We are developing a YouTube Channel of videos taken during field and experimental studies. Check us out!