Lab News

October 12, 2017

Check out some recent blog posts by Dan Bolnick on the ecoevoevoeco blog co-run with Andrew Hendry:

The secret lives of manuscripts


The zombie grant


September 5, 2017

The Bolnick Lab will be moving to the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Connecticut in summer 2018!

September 5, 2017

This has been an exceptional year for the lab. Collectively we’ve published nearly 20 papers so far this year, in journals including Nature, PNAS, Nature Ecology and Evolution, Frontiers in Immunology (2), Molecular Ecology (3), American Naturalist (2), Evolution (3), among others. The lab has received an NIH R01 and two NSF grants, so we are poised  to continue our run in the years ahead.

June 20, 2017

Dan Bolnick has gradually begun as Editor-In-Chief of The American Naturalist, and will officially take the reins January 1 2018.

December 6, 2016

Dan Bolnick was awarded the Edith and Peter O’Donnell Award from The Academy of Medicine Engineering and Sciences of Texas. See the award video here


December 1, 2016

Check out two other blog posts on Eco-Evo-Evo-Eco this year, about:

Risk of failure in science



December 2015

A new blog post on Eco-Evo-Evo-Eco describes our recent publication by Jiang et al (2015 Evolution).

November 16, 2015

New videos posted to our Bolnick Lab Youtube website

October 13, 2015

Here’s a video about the lab’s work, as part of a new HHMI Bulletin article about our research.

Wild Immunology video

October 13, 2015

The Bolnick Lab is featured in an article in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Bulletin:



October 3, 2015

A pair of papers came out this week in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology, arising from our collaboration with Andrew Hendry (McGill), and Katie Peichel (FHCRC).  In one (Oke et al 2015) we show that phenotypic plasticity modifies the extent of parallel evolution of lake and stream stickleback.  In another, Dieta Hansen et al (2015) show that there is little allochronic isolation between lake and stream stickleback, which overlap extensively in their breeding season.

September 30, 2015

Dan Bolnick gave a seminar at Princeton University titled “The things which are not seen: the evolutionary ecology of a missing parasite”

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September 1 2015

Check out our Benefunder appeal for crowd-sourced funding


Dan Bolnick  

Ecology Evolution and Behavior at UT Austin

Integrative Biology at UT Austin

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