Field season part 1

What begins in May and ends in July? Answer-- FIELD SEASON!

How is ice off changing?

We are currently piloting outdoor experimental tanks (mesocosms) in the alpine environment near CU Boulder's Mountain Research station. It is our hope that the black colored tanks reflect less sunlight than the beige colored tanks, effectively... more

Hazel Barnes Prize winner

Please join us in CELEBRATING our very own fearless leader, Dr. Pieter Johnson who was awarded CU's most distinguished award a faculty member can recieve! ... more

Wynne earns Bev Sears Grant

Nine EBIO Graduate Students were awarded funding from the Graduate School through the Beverly Sears Grants and our Wynne Moss was one of them! 

Does your mother matter?

Our newly published work in Experimental Parasitology lead by Dr. Will Stutz provides a reistance and tolerance framework that compares individual versus family level host traits in California newts.  

We are growing!

Please help us welcome Brendan Hobart to the Johnson Laboratory as our new graduate student!

Meet Tara Stewart Merrill our new Post Doc

It's offical--Tara Stewart Merrill PhD from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will be joining the Johnson Laboratory in August! 

PC Dylan Rose

Who's got bumps?

Dana Calhoun and team pub  was released on the cosmopolitan parasite, Clinostomum, that infects fishes, amphibians, reptiles and snails as intermediate hosts. 

Most read!

We were recently notified that our newly published article on July 2018 entittled, "Risky buisness: linking Toxoplasma gondii infection and entrepreneurship behaviours... more

A decade of data

In January, Dr. Johnson and his two graduate students (Wynne Moss and Travis McDevitt-Galles) traveled to California/Nevada Amphibian Populations Task Force Meeting (APTF) in Arcata, CA.