The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University is home to broad, interdisciplinary and highly collaborative research with particular expertise in population, community, ecosystem, and macroecology; in evolutionary genetics, developmental evolution, behavioral evolution, and evolutionary medicine; and in phylogenetics, systematics, and biodiversity.  We are committed to producing world-class scientists, educators and professionals through undergraduate and graduate education. 


February 28, 2015
EEB postdoc Samuel Fey’s recent co-authored study on mass die-offs of populations get a feature write-up in the Hartford Courant. 
January 6, 2015
Science Writing workshop Monday January 26 and February 2, 2015 Instructor: Carl Zimmer Email: carl@carlzimm...
November 15, 2014
Science magazine has just published an article on the role of hippos in altering aquatic ecosystems. The article highlights Post Lab research in the Mara River among other...