Welcome to the Stacy Lab at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo. We use a combination of molecular, greenhouse, and field techniques to explore ecological and evolutionary processes in Hawaiian endemic species. Current projects in the lab include:
- Neutral genetic divergence within Hawaiian (Metrosideros) within and among islands
- Strengths and stages of reproductive barriers within Hawaiian (Metrosideros)
- Plant-pollinator mutualisms across a fragmented forest landscape
- DNA barcoding of Hawaiian plants
Congratulations to Colin on his successful thesis defense!
Congratulations to Melissa on her successful thesis defense!
Best Poster Award
Congratulations to Alicia for winning Best Graduate Student Poster at the Annual Hawai'i EPSCoR Meeting
Congratulations to Colin, invited symposium speaker at the Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference
Congratulations to Doug & Keenan who successfully defended their theses!
Undergraduate Diversity Program
Congratulations to Ala who was selected to present her work as part of the Undergraduate Diversity Program at Evolution 2011 in Norman, Oklahoma (hosted by the Society for the Study of Evolution and the Society of Systematic Biologists).
TCBES Symposium Award Winners
Congratulations to Melissa & Keenan who tied for Best Graduate Student Oral Presentation at the Annual TCBES Symposium