DEPARTMENT OF ORGANISMIC AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
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HANKEN LABORATORY
EVOLUTION: MORPHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENT AND SYSTEMATICS
  The Hanken Lab studies the evolution of morphology, developmental biology, and systematics. Most work focuses on amphibians but otherwise addresses a wide range of topics, taxa, and methodologies. The latter range from laboratory-based molecular analyses to extensive field surveys.

Current subjects include the evolution of craniofacial patterning invertebrates; the developmental basis of life-history evolution; systematics, taxonomy and evolution of African frogs and neotropical and Asian salamanders; and amphibian declines and conservation. Active field programs are maintained in Mexico, China and Africa. We also are very active in the Encyclopedia of Life, and especially EOL's Learning + Education group, which is based at MCZ.
 
   
 
 
Copyright 1996 James Hanken