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Ecological responses to global change

Marcus Feldman

Phone: (650) 725-1867

Human genetic and cultural evolution, mathematical biology, demography of China population genetics

Russell Fernald

Phone: (650) 725-2460
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How social behavior changes neurons and their connections in the brain
The evolution of gene expression, integrating experiments and computation

Deborah Gordon

Phone: (650) 725-6364
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Ant colony organization, behavior, ecology, population and behavioral genetics

Elizabeth Hadly

Phone: (650) 498-4995 ext. lab
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Animal response to past, present & future climatic change

Richard Klein

Phone: (650) 725-9819

Human biological and behavioral evolution

Christopher Lowe

Phone: (831) 655-6226
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Evolution and development, specifically the evolution of the deuterostomes
Evolutionary innovations in physiology and behavior from molecules to ecosystems

Stephen Palumbi

Phone: (831) 655-6210
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Using genomics to understand ecology, evolution & conservation of marine species

Dmitri Petrov

Phone: (650) 731-1169
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Evolution of genomes and population genomics of adaptation and variation
Genomics, human genetic and phenotypic variation, evolution

Noah Rosenberg

Phone: (650) 723-4831
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Human evolution, mathematical models, population genetics, statistical genetics
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Molly Schumer (arriving 9/1/19)

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Evolutionary and population genetics focusing on hybridization between species

Shripad Tuljapurkar

Phone: (650) 723-6311
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Demography: animal and human; Theoretical ecology and evolution

Courtesy Faculty

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Molecular ecology of phototrophic communities, metagenomic analysis, cyanophages

Jonathan Payne

Phone: (650) 721-6723
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Paleobiology and macroevolution
Organization, function, regulation and evolution of plant metabolic networks

Emeriti Faculty

William Nelson

Phone: (650) 723-8474

We seek to understand how cell-cell interactions specify the correct cellular organization of complex tissues