If you are interested in joining the Knope lab as a post-doc, master's student, or undergraduate researcher please email me to set up a time to discuss possibilities.  If you are considering working on a master's with me, please see the Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Sciences (TCBES) website for details.

 
Matthew Knope, Lab Principal Investigator  

Matthew Knope, Lab Principal Investigator

 

Ashley Romero, Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology B.S. student working on the filling of ecological 'space' by marine and terrestrial animals

Ashley Romero, Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology B.S. student working on the filling of ecological 'space' by marine and terrestrial animals

Jeff Stallman, Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science M.S. student.  Jeff is working on his master's thesis on Hawaiian fungi with Don Hemmes and Mike Shintaku and working with us on native Hawaiian plant conservation genetics

Jeff Stallman, Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science M.S. student.  Jeff is working on his master's thesis on Hawaiian fungi with Don Hemmes and Mike Shintaku and working with us on native Hawaiian plant conservation genetics

Malia Takakusagi, Biology B.S. student, working on the filling of terrestrial ecological 'space' in Hawaii

Malia Takakusagi, Biology B.S. student, working on the filling of terrestrial ecological 'space' in Hawaii

Lavin Uehara, Biology B.S. student, working on the filling of terrestrial ecological 'space' in Hawaii

Lavin Uehara, Biology B.S. student, working on the filling of terrestrial ecological 'space' in Hawaii