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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Brainerd Lab

How the muscles of the head and body are used together to generate powerful feeding behaviors.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Brainerd Lab

Comparative physiology, functional morphology and biomechanics within an evolutionary context.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Tatar Lab

Aging regulation by non-autonomous signaling from Drosophila gut enteroendocrine cells.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Roberts Lab

Multi-scale biomechanics of how muscle and tendon interact, govern force development, and change with age or disease.

Voss Postdoctoral Research Associate, Kartzinel Lab

My research makes use of large-scale eco-evolutionary field experiments to understand the causes and consequences of contemporary evolution.

Research Associate, Witman Lab

My research focuses on how environmental stress affects the relationship between diversity and ecosystem function when the abiotic environment changes.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Kartzinel Lab

Broadly interested in how animals respond to environmental change, and more specifically in spatial and temporal diet-microbiome interactions, and how this may influence host health and fitness.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Roberts Lab

Broadly interested in animal feeding and locomotory performance, and in how physiological or physical mechanisms determine performance in the context of ecologically relevant environmental parameters, like temperature, or substrate characteristics.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Brainerd Lab

The biomechanical principles governing how organisms produce motion, force, and power and how these principles have influenced the evolution and diversification of vertebrate musculoskeletal systems.

Senior Research Associate, Weinreich Lab

Experimental evolution and computer simulations to study evolution of the genomic mutation rate.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Swartz Lab

Understanding muscle coordination, cognitive contributions to movement and how a history of pain may affect these factors informs research and rehabilitation of balance and postural control in diverse populations.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Rand Lab

Investigating the genetic architecture of complex traits (e.g. insect flight and climbing) and developing computational pipelines (PEGASUS_flies) and platforms (FreeClimber) to make data analysis more comprehensive, repeatable, and biologically meaningful.     

Postdoctural Research Associate, Fuxjager Lab

Studying the neuroendocrine control of motivated display behaviors such as woodpecker drumming (e.g., territoriality) and wing-snaps in bearded manakins (e.g., courtship).

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Huerta-Sanchez Lab

Genomics of past populations using ancient DNA, with special interests in domestication, admixture, and using computational methods to analyze low-coverage genomic data

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Tatar Lab

 Fly genetics and cell biology.