Tseng lab: Adaptation to changing environments
We are fascinated with the natural world around us and how this world will look in the future, in light of ongoing habitat and climate change. We study the evolutionary and ecological processes that help or hinder responses to changing environments. We test ecological and evolutionary theory using laboratory and field experiments with aquatic plankton communities, insects, and parasites. We are particularly interested in how species interactions (plant-herbivore, host-parasite, predator-prey etc) affect population and community responses to environmental change. See more here.
Michelle Tseng, Ph.D
Departments of Botany and Zoology,
Biodiversity Research Centre, UBC
Research Associate (2013-2016), UBC
Founding and Managing Editor of Evolutionary Applications, (2007-2013)
Postdoctoral Fellow, UBC
Ph.D. 2005, Indiana University
Biodiversity Research Centre rm 110
University of British Columbia
office number: 604-827-4077
Nov 2018: Congratulations to Alice for presenting our lab poster at the 2018 Entomology conference!
Sept 2018: Holy moly the flowcam has arrived.
Sept 2018: Beetle size- latitudinal gradient paper accepted in Ecological Entomology today. Congrats team beetle! (This is Sina's 4th year directed studies paper)
July 2018: My awesome colleague Jenny Cory at SFU has a funded Masters position available. Starts Jan 2019. Click here for more info.