ABOUT THE LAB

We ask questions that will advance our basic understanding of ecological principles while also providing insight into real world issues. The Mathis Lab uses an integrated approach by combining observational studies, manipulative field experiments, chemical ecology techniques, and lab experiments to examine the dynamics of complex species interactions and how they impact managed systems.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Complex Species Interactions

Chemical Ecology

Social Insects

Agroecosystems

LAB NEWS & UPDATES

03/20: Congrats to Bailey Ross and Emily Maynard for being awarded summer LEEP Fellowships.

01/20: Welcome Toby Manjarress to the Mathis Lab!

11/19: Dr. Mathis presents on The Role of Ant Seed Dispersers & Predators in Woody Plant Encroachment in Arid Grasslands at the Entomological Society of America Conference.

05/20: Congrats to Olivia Anastasio for completing her Master's Thesis on Ant-Psyllid interactions in California Citrus Groves.

Department of Biology

Clark University

  • Twitter Clean Grey