McGlothlin Lab 2016. L-R: Arin Davis, Julie Wiemerslage, Sarah Foltz, Emily Meeks, Blake Spiers, Tamara Fetters, Joel McGlothlin, Emily Watts, Tyler Miller, Mackenzie Huber, Thomas Wood

The McGlothlin Lab studies the evolution of complex traits. We are in interested in how natural selection shapes such traits and the mechanisms underlie them. We use both empirical and theoretical approaches and incorporate ideas and techniques from diverse fields, including evolutionary genetics, behavioral ecology, and physiological ecology.

News Archive

  • Lab News: News Catch-up https://t.co/ETf8iENFHw
    about 2 months ago
  • RT @joelmcglothlin: Thanks to @AnoleAnnals for the write-up of @McGlothlinLab undergrad @EmilyFWatts's #SICB2017 poster! https://t.co/Ydx6T…
    about 10 months ago
  • RT @JMWiemerslage: Field Season- Summer 2016 https://t.co/3CV89tlZdE via @wordpressdotcom
    about 1 year ago
  • Lab News: What the McGlothlin Lab did this summer https://t.co/onGHO3Ll0F
    about 1 year ago
  • RT @FralinLifeSci: Snakes that resist toxic newts have common ancestry dating back 18milyrs. So cool. @McGlothlinLab @VT_Science #SURF htt…
    about 1 year ago
  • RT @JMWiemerslage: Pokemon Go=best thing to happen to this field season. No one questions my creeping around bushes anymore. They assume I'…
    about 1 year ago