Quantitative phylogenetics deals with the reconstruction of evolutionary relationships between species using morphological or molecular data. There exists a multitude of quantitative methods for phylogenetic reconstruction. These methods are applied to phylogenetic analysis with the goal to assemble a phylogenetic tree representing a hypothesis about evolutionary ancestry of a set of genes, species or other taxa.
| Jessica Budke||Ecology & Evolutionary Biology||Evolutionary developmental biology, maternal effects, structure-function relationships, systematics, botany, bryology (mosses), natural history collections|
| Elizabeth Derryberry||Ecology & Evolutionary Biology||Behavioral and cultural evolution|
|James Fordyce||Ecology & Evolutionary Biology||Evolutionary ecology, plant-insect interactions|
| Sergey Gavrilets ||Ecology & Evolutionary Biology; Mathematics||Theoretical evolutionary biology, social and evolutionary dynamics|
| Brian O'Meara ||Ecology & Evolutionary Biology||Phylogenetics, macroevolution|
| Joe Williams||Ecology & Evolutionary Biology||Plant evolutionary biology|