Quantitative Ecology Lab 2.0

We are an interdisciplinary ecology research group that employs mathematical and statistical models to study how organisms interact among themselves and with their environment in heterogenous spatio-temporal settings.

Lab news

We are looking for a self-motivated PhD student to join our team! The candidate will join a interdisciplinary team studying the demographic and evolutionary consequences of re-colonizing secondary habitats in Puerto Rico.

New paper from the lab: “The drivers and consequences of unstable Plasmodium dynamics: a long-term study of three malaria parasite species infecting a tropical lizard”!

Judith presented her work on vector detective work in a meeting at the Emory University-Laney Graduate School STEM Research and Career Symposium. Congrats Judith!

Nicole received a fellowship from Birds Caribbean to study the negative effects of Plasmodium infection on Puerto Rican urban birds.

David and Miguel presented at ESA in New Orleans. We had a great time listening to great science, networking, and catching up with old friends and collaborators.

The lab is moving! I am grateful of the opportunity to serve the University of Puerto Rico for the last couple of years. I has been a great honor to lead an awesome and hard-working lab group. In the fall 2018, the lab is moving to the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of Florida. Looking forward to this next stage!