We are the Davis Rabosky Lab in the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Michigan.  Please explore the links above to learn more about who we are and what we do!  Please feel free to email me with any questions or inquiries about positions in the lab.

Please also click here to check out current events at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology (UMMZ)!

News Ticker....


Our lab in the news

     and on youtube!



      Former M.S. student Juan Busso has new paper on jumping spider polymorphism in Animal Behaviour! [read more]


      Launch of "Michigan Biodiversity" blog [read more]


      Ph.D. student Iris Holmes gets award! [read more]

      New paper on coral snake mimicry in Nature Communications [read more]

      New paper on the genetics of mimicry in Evolution [read more]

Lab news archive [click here]

We study:

(1) character evolution and phylogenomics

(2) animal behavior and evolution

(3) conservation and management of island endemics

(4) ecology and evolution of reptiles and amphibians