Four broad research areas capture the core expertise of the members of OEB. Groundbreaking research in the life sciences is now more interdisciplinary than ever and many OEB faculty work in more than one of these areas. OEB also maintains expertise in a number of sub-fields of biology, including evolutionary developmental biology, neuroethology & behavioral ecology, paleobiology, population & evolutionary genetics, physiology, biodiversity & systematics, biology of marine systems, and mathematical & computational biology. Please visit individual faculty-group web sites for more specific information. Faculty are listed under the four broad research areas below according to their primary and, for some, secondary research interests. Please click on the images below to link to faculty in the field.