James Childress

Research Professor

My research is concerned with the biology of deep-sea animals.

Thomas Even

EEMB Vice Chair
Senior Lecturer

4322 Life Sciences Building
Population and community ecology, river ecology, predator-prey interactions, science education.

Scott Hodges

EEMB Vice Chair

4105 Life Sciences Building
Our laboratory studies the genetic basis of adaptation and speciation using genomic analyses and field-based studies in the genus Aquilegia (Columbines).

Gretchen Hofmann

EEMB Department Chair

4310 Marine Science Institute
Global change biology and marine physiology.

Armand Kuris


2002 Marine Biotech
Our laboratory is engaged in four interlocking areas of research. The underlying theory being developed in our lab concerns the nature of adaptive peaks for different types of trophic interactions (links in the food web; predator/prey, parasite/host).

Susan J. Mazer


4119 Life Sciences Building
Quantitative evolutionary genetics, mating system evolution, adaptation, pollination ecology, and floral evolution.

Todd Oakley


4101 Life Sciences Building
Macroevolution, phylogenetics, bioluminescence, vision, molecular evolution, complexity, marine organismal biology.

Joel Rothman


3137 Bio II
Evolutionary and quantitative genetics of development, robustness and fidelity of complex systems, interstellar biology.

Steve Rothstein

Research Professor

1112 Noble Hall
My major interests are in behavior, ecology, evolution and ornithology.

Joshua Schimel


1108 Noble Hall
Soil and ecosystem ecology, microbial ecology, nutrient cycling, soil organic matter.

Raul Suarez


119 Biology II
Comparative biochemistry and physiology; energetics of animal locomotion; evolutionary design of functional capacities; ecological physiology.

Samuel Sweet


1124 Noble Hall
Distributional ecology and systematics of western North American and Australian amphibians and reptiles; ecology and systematics of monitor lizards; mechanics of intergrade zones and of speciational processes; crypsis; functional and evolutionary morphology; ethnozoology; conservation biology.