Research in the Price Lab focuses on the ecology and conservation biology of aquatic and semi-aquatic animals. Our philosophy is that effective conservation requires detailed information about animal populations at multiple scales; thus, our studies range from landscape analyses examining relationships between anthropogenic stressors and species' occupancy, abundance and genetic population structure to detailed local-scale studies on survivorship, recruitment, and movement. Both undergraduate students and graduate students participate in research efforts in our lab.  Follow the latest news from our lab on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram

If you're interested in joining our research group, browse our website, especially the Research Topics and Recent Publications, to confirm that your research interests are compatible with our research program.