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Lauren Buckley
Assistant Professor

Previous to my arrival at UW in July 2013, I conducted graduate research at Stanford, held postdoctoral fellowships at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis and the Santa Fe Institute, and was an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina.

Former Lab Members

Evan Kirk, Undergrad researcher, 2012-2013:  Evan coordinated rearing grasshoppers and contributed to analyzing grasshopper and butterfly images.

Parth Shah, Undergrad researcher, 2012-2013:  Parth assisted with rearing grasshoppers and analyzing grasshopper and butterfly images.

Ethan Miller, Undergrad researcher, 2012-2013:  Ethan helped with rearing grasshoppers and also assisted with data assembly for a project examining thermal stress and specialization across altitude and latitude.

Joseph Grigg, Undergrad researcher, 2010-2013: Joseph was a math major who assisted the lab with collecting and analyzing data on climate and butterfly traits. He later worked on two independent projects. He first conducted an independent project examining how environment and evolutionary history influence the thermal tolerances of lizards, which produced the lab’s first paper with an undergraduate as lead author.  He then developed a microclimate model.

Edward Shin, Undergrad researcher, 2011: Edward was a biology and applied math major who was using spectroreflectometry and image analysis to quantify butterfly wing traits. He also assisted with rearing grasshoppers.

Madison Foushee, Undergrad researcher 2010-2011: Madison was a biology major who conducted research on phenological shifts in response to climate change. His honors thesis received highest honors and was adapted into the lab’s most interdisciplinary paper to date, published in the International Journal of Biometerology. Madison is currently in medical school at UNC.

Dolly Crawford, Postdoc 2009-2010:  Dolly worked with the lab on using biophysical models to hindcast changes in Neotoma distributions and body size over the last 40,000 years. Dolly is currently a postdoctoral associate at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology.

Stephanie Waaser, Undergrad researcher 2010: Stephanie was a biology major who conducted research on how physiology can predict species’ distribution shifts in response to climate change. A paper stemming from her research was published in Ecology. She’s currently working in her other area of interest- theatrical design.

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