I am an evolutionary ecologist studying the drivers and consequences in intra-specific variation in animal functional traits. In particular, my research focuses on predicting changes in behavioral, morphological, and performance traits as a result of changes in ecological context. My field research in Southern Europe, the West Indies, East Africa, and North America makes use of direct manipulative studies and landscape-scale natural experiments. My work generates fundamental insights into eco-evolutionary dynamics and critical applied lessons for conservation in human-dominated landscapes. I am currently an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Washington University in St. Louis with Dr. Jonathan Losos and at the Paris Natural History Museum working with Dr. Anthony Herrel. I finished my PhD in 2016 with Dr. Oswald Schmitz at Yale’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
Read more about ongoing research projects in the pull down menu, or find out what I’m up to on my blog. You can send emails to: colindonihue<at>gmail.com.