Welcome to the Funk Lab

We strive to understand the ecological and evolutionary mechanisms that generate and maintain biological diversity using population genomics, experimental manipulations, and field studies. Our goal is to not only test basic ecological and evolutionary theory, but also directly inform policy and management decisions that will ultimately determine the fate of biodiversity.

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Paper on the comparative landscape genetics of spotted frogs published in Molecular Ecology!

Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) in amplexus (mating embrace) with egg clutch visible. Photo credit: W. Chris Funk

Our paper on the comparative landscape genetics of Oregon spotted frogs and Columbia spotted frogs in Oregon and Idaho has been published in Molecular Ecology! Our main finding was that species traits matter for […]

The Funk Lab is recruiting a Postdoc, PhD students, and Undergrads!

Ascaphus habitat, Marten Creek, McKenzie River drainage, Oregon.

The Funk Lab is recruiting highly motivated people with interests at the intersection of conservation genomics, evolutionary ecology, and natural history. Positions are available at the Postdoctoral, PhD, and Undergrad levels. See “Joining the Lab” and Postdoc ad for details. […]