13 December 2012 - Lab picks the best papers of the year.
20 November 2012 - Tad speaks at Current Themes in Ecology.
14 October 2012 - Holly's article published in San Francisco Chronicle.
13 October 2012 - Ashley presents her honeybee work at SACNAS.
29 August 2012 - Lab alum Colin Olito, author of Olito & Fukami (2009), wins Volterra Prize for his ESA talk.
10 August 2012 - Ashley, Caroline, Holly, Rachel, and Tad have presented at ESA.
9 July 2012 - Tad lectures on biodiversity in the Hopkins Microbiology Course.
14 June 2012 - Rachel Vannette's new fellowship featured in the Univeristy of Michigan EEB News.
1 June 2012 - Caroline Tucker arrives as a visiting PhD student from Toronto, to work in the lab for 4 months.
23 May 2012 - David Flaspohler, Tad's collaborator on the Hawaii kipuka project, describes the project in a New York Times article.
21 May 2012 - Matt Knope, the lab's first PhD, receives a postdoc fellowship to work with Jon Payne in his Paleobiology Lab. Congrats!
11 May 2012 - Rachel Vannette receives a 3-year LSRF postdoc fellowship sponsored by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which will allow her to keep working in the lab on nectar microbes. Congrats!
3 May 2012 - Dan Simberloff, the lab's dad, elected to National Academy of Sciences.
2 May 2012 - Kabir Peay, our former postdoc, returns to Stanford, now as a new Assistant Professor in Biology. Welcome back!
6 April 2012 - Melinda Belisle receives a Ford Foundation Fellowship honorable mention. Congrats!
3 April 2012 - Peter Zee, a PhD student at Indiana University with Jim Bever and Greg Velicer, receives an NSF Postdoc Fellowship. He will use it to join our lab in January 2013.
30 March 2012 - Tad visits the EEB of the UTK, his home school, as a student-invited speaker.
30 March 2012 - Devin Leopold, who will start his PhD study in the lab this fall, receives an NSF pre-doctoral fellowship honorable mention. Congrats!
27 February 2012 - Holly Moeller receives an NSF DDIG. Congratulations!
15 February 2012 - Matt Knope successfuly defends his thesis. Congratulations!
11 January 2012 - Caroline Tucker, a PhD student with Marc Cadotte at the University of Toronto, won an NSERC travel award, which she will use to spend 4 months in our lab later this year.