No scientist is an island. The Grayson Lab works together with scientists near and far to further our understanding of ecology.

Jennifer Olson — Harlequin Bug Physiology
University of Richmond

Derek Johnson — Gypsy Moth Population Dynamics
Virginia Commonwealth University

Salvatore Agosta — Gypsy Moth Physiology
Virginia Commonwealth University

Eloy Martinez — Gypsy Moth Physiology
Guánica State Forest, Puerto Rico

Andrew Eckert — Genomics
Virginia Commonwealth University

James Vonesh — Community & Population Ecology of Reptiles & Amphibians
Virginia Commonwealth University

Lesley Bulluck — Fort AP Hill, Population Ecology
Virginia Commonwealth University

Patrick Tobin — Gypsy Moth Population Dynamics
University of Washington

David Gray — Gypsy Moth Population Dynamics
Atlantic Forestry Centre, Natural Resources Canada (Fredericton, New Brunswick)

Ksenia Onufrieva — Gypsy Moth Population Dynamics
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Alex Novarro — Red back Salamander Population Dynamics
University of Maryland – College Park

Caitlin Gabor — Amphibian Stress Responses
Texas State Univeristy

Julie Charbonnier — Spotted Salamander Population Dynamics
Virginia Commonwealth University