2018-09-17 Professors Pamela Yeh And Van Savage, As Well As Postdoctoral Researcher, Elif Tekin's Remarkable NSF- And Nih/ncats-funded Npj Systems Biology And Applications Antibiotics Research Featured In Several News Avenues
2017-05-10 Congratulations To Master's Student, Kelsi Rutledge, For Earning The Best Student Fisheries Poster Award From The Southern California District Of The American Institute Of Fishery Research Biologists (aifrb)
2013-04-01 EEB Grad Students, Doug Booher, Marissa Caringella, Mark Phuong, And Camille Yabut, Have Received Prestigious NSF Predoctoral Fellowships And Janet Buckner And Madeline Tiee Received Honorable Mentions
2011-07-13 USA Today Reports Today On Research By Christine Scoffoni, A UCLA Doctoral Student In Ecology And Evolutionary Biology, And Lawren Sack, A UCLA Professor Of Ecology And Evolutionary Biology
2011-04-07 The Department Of Ecology And Evolutionary Biology Is Pleased And Proud To Announce That Three Of Its Graduate Students Received The Very Prestigious And Highly Competitive NSF Pre-doctoral Fellowships For 2011
Professor Stephen Hubbell, Assistant Researcher Brant Faircloth, and collaborators awarded a $400,000 grant from NSF
Professor Stephen Hubbell, Assistant Researcher Brant Faircloth, Jim Kellner (University of Maryland), and Greg Asner (Carnegie Institution for Science/Stanford University) were awarded a $400,000 grant from NSF entitled: “Collaborative research: Remote sensing of foliar chemistry to reconstruct the genealogy of canopy trees in a Neotropical rain forest”.
This three-year project will study individual variability in foliar chemistry of trees within the tropical rainforest landscape of Barro Colorado Island (BCI), Panama to determine whether this variation is better explained by genealogical relationships, environmental conditions, or an interaction between the two. Results from this work will provide a relatively deep-time perspective on genealogical relationships among trees in a diverse tropical forest while facilitating a better understanding of the importance of functional and environmental variation in determining geographic patterns of foliar chemistry in tropical forest canopies.