Our lab broadly studies behavioral ecology and evolution, but a major research focus is the interface between behavioral ecology and infectious disease epidemiology. We bridge field and lab work with modern data collection protocols and analytical paradigms. Current projects are ongoing in Japan, Malaysia, Antarctica and beyond.



Members of the lab range from undergrads to postdocs, and have diverse backgrounds both culturally and academically. Current members hail from France, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Spain and the UK, and are investigating topics such as the role of parasites in social systems evolution, wildlife health in anthropogenic landscapes, and the origins of disgust.


This is a space where we get to discuss our science, our missions and our adventures! Check back here for the latest news and information from the team, including new members, project updates, publications, grants, outreach and more.


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