The Hughes Lab

 
 

Our lab is interested in the interactions among the numbers and identity of species, the genetic individuals that make up those species, and the ecosystem services that they provide.  We use a combination of lab and field experiments, molecular techniques, and data synthesis to understand the consequences of changes in marine biodiversity.

 

Marine biodiversity and conservation

Lab News:

December 2015

Congratulations to Robyn for successfully defending her proposal and advancing to candidacy!


Justin gave an excellent presentation of his Three Seas research - we will miss having him in the lab!


November 2015

Randall and Amelia had a productive (if oily) trip to DISL to sample our marsh/mangrove experiment.


September 2015

Belated congratulations to Torrie, editor of the awesome new book Trophic Ecology, released in June!


Fall semester has started, which means it is time to welcome Forest to the lab in his new role as PhD student!


Congrats to Chris and other members of the Bracken lab on their new paper in Botanica Marina!


August 2015

Randall had a fun (but too brief!) trip to set up new projects with Paul Gribben and Alistair Poore at the University of New South Wales in Sydney.


Torrie, Althea, and Randall enjoyed ESA100 in Baltimore!


July 2015

Torrie, Robyn, and Randall worked with the great folks at Dauphin Island Sea Lab to set up a new GOMRI-funded mesocosm experiment


June 2015

Our paper on consumer trait variation in the salt marsh is out in Ecology and Evolution! Congrats to Nohelia for having her undergraduate Honors thesis published!


May 2015

Congratulations to Dr. Christine Newton-Ramsay, newly minted PhD from the Bracken and Hughes labs!


Welcome to the 2015 Hughes Lab summer interns - Dan, Itxaso, Elise, Lily, and Tong! And we are excited to welcome Anne back in July!


LAB NEWS ARCHIVES


For more information, please contact:


A. Randall Hughes

Northeastern University Marine Science Center

430 Nahant Rd.

Nahant, MA 01945

(781) 581 7370

rhughes [at] neu.edu

Twitter: @hughes_lab

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Photo credit: Adam Glanzman, NEU