Jeremy Draghi (left) is an assistant professor at Virginia Tech in the Dept. of Biological Sciences.
Alex Longcamp is a Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences. He is working on theory projects that examine how niche construction might help populations adapt to changing or heterogeneous environments.
Caitlin Miller is a Master’s student in Biological Sciences. She is using simulations to understand how plasticity might evolve as populations expand across heterogeneous landscapes.
Isaiah Jordan is a Ph.D. student studying the evolutionary ecology of dormancy in microbes and the evolutionary implications of regulatory cross-talk.
Thea Mills is an undergraduate student in Biology. Her research uses simulation to study competition between generalist and specialist viruses.