Our lab mission is to discover new knowledge of how environmental stressors regulate reproduction and longevity in natural animal populations, bridging the gap between evolutionary biology and biomedical research. To do this we use experimental and observational studies with an emphasis on large-scale genetic data to address questions on (1) how individuals respond to stress, and (2) how molecular stress response networks evolve and drive life history traits. We strive for integrity, transparency and open science as we disseminate our findings for the betterment of human society and our natural world.
Dr. Tonia S. Schwartz
Department of Biological Sciences
Auburn, Alabama, 36830
United States of America
+1 (334) 844-1555