-New popular article highlighting our work with Sarah Diamond's lab on Urban evolution in acorn ants
-New papers accepted to Evolution and FEMS Microbiology Letters
-Matt's paper highlighted in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment!
-Mike Moore awarded Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Funding from the American Museum of Natural History!
-Lab participates in Think and Drink event at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History
-Meta-analysis of manipulative selection experiments accepted to American Naturalist
-Media attention for our Urban Evolution study: nytimes, also here, here, and here
What we study
Research in the lab is focused on understanding how biotic interactions (e.g. competition, predation) and environmental variation drive natural selection, adaptive evolution and diversification. We primarily explore these topics using observational and experimental studies in amphibians, freshwater fish and insects, and use meta- analysis to evaluate the generality and predictability of empirical results.
Interested in joining the lab?
contact Dr. Martin directly at ram225 [at] case.edu with your interests and academic background.