We are NSF funded!

So happy to announce that the lab has been awarded an NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity five-year grant: “Eco-evolutionary Drivers of Diversity in Toxic Algal Blooms”.

In collaboration with Regis Ferriere (UA) and Will Driscoll (PSU-Harrisburg), our work will combine ecological, genetic and phylogenetic data, both observational and experimental, with mathematical and computational models to decipher the structure and function of eco-evolutionary feedbacks in blooms of toxic algae, using the haptophyte Prymnesium parvum as a focal species.

Stay tuned folks!