Our lab bridges the diverse questions and techniques from community ecology, genetics and evolution. Our interests are broad, but all aspects of research in the lab seek to understand the dynamic interplay between the ecology and evolution of species interactions, particularly as it relates to plant-animal interactions. (read more)
The EvoEco lab will be moving to the University of Toronto at Mississauga in 2011. If you are interested in joining us as an undergraduate, graduate student, lab technician, post-doc or visiting scientist please send Marc an email.