Welcome

Welcome to the Post Lab. We study complex food web structure and dynamics, interactions between ecology and evolution, conservation and management of aquatic resources, climate change, and the role of mobile consumers in linking ecosystems. We work primarily in aquatic systems, but we also study interactions and processes that link aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are core values of the Post Lab. We belive that the diversity of ideas, perspectives, and experiences are foundations of excelence. We afirm that all individuals are respected and welcome in the Post Lab regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, or any other identities. We strive to cultivate a community built upon mentorship, encoragement, tolerance, and mutual respect, therby creating a welcoming environment and an opportunity for all members of the lab to reach their full potentil. You can find more information here.

Post Lab News

Yale-NUS College logo
1 July 2021
David Post is departing New Haven for Singapore in July to start a three-year appointment as the Dean of Faculty and Visiting Wong Ngit Liong Professor at Yale-NUS College....
Rogers Lake Fishway
13 June 2021
NSF has funded the Post Lab to study the long-term ecological and evoutionary dynamics of secondary contact. For the next decade, the Post Lab will be studing secondary...
Short Course Participants
12 June 2021
Members of the The Mara Project and collegues from the University of Eldoret and the National Museums of Kenya conducted a Virtual Short Course on Aquatic Food Web Ecology, 7...