Our work primarily involves the use of the nematode model Pristionchus pacificus, which has been used to study the evolution of developmental processes in a comparative context using genetics and molecular biology.
View our research projects using the following links:
- Host-finding behavior (developmental and behavioral genetics)
- Beetle microbiome (beetle and nematode bacteria)
- Pre-hatching J1 molt (evolution of development)
Or view other research interests in our department my lab collaborates with: