Expertise

Research and Teaching Interests:

  • Evolutionary ecology, developmental plasticity, maternal effects, and phenotypic selection in reptiles (specifically lizards and turtles). The Warner Lab uses integrative approaches to examine interactions between organisms and their environments at several different levels of organization and across multiple life-history stages (from embryos to adults).

Research in the Warner Lab:

  • Developmental plasticity and egg physiological ecology
  • Adaptive significance of parental effects
  • Phenotypic selection and experimental evolution in the wild
  • Evolutionary ecology of temperature-dependent sex determination
  • Urban adaptation and invasion biology

Subject area: Behavior, Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Core

Past Affiliations

Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Iowa State University (past)

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, College of Sciences and Mathematics, Auburn University

Communities
Biological Science
Degrees
PhD, University of Sydney, Australia, 2007
MS, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2001
BS, Iowa State University, Animal Ecology, 1998