We are the Davis Rabosky Lab in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Michigan.  Please explore the links on this site to learn more about who we are and what we do!  Please feel free to email me with any questions or inquiries about positions in the lab.

Please also click here to check out the current events in the UMMZ!


John David Curlis and our Batch-Mask method for automatically segmenting snakes from photographs got the cover of Integrative and Comparative Biology!

Welcome to the lab, Andressa Viol - new Ph.D. student, Fall 2022!

In collaboration with the UM Museum of Natural History, we are currently filming new outreach videos with the amazing Liz Sung Productions about the importance of natural history collections - stay tuned!

See previous lab news in the Lab News Archive

What we study

The scientific research that we do in the lab

Who we are

The people on our research team

What we teach

Information about classes  and outreach

Contact us

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