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Rachael Winfree

Welcome to Rachael Winfree's Lab

Members of the Winfree lab work to better understand the ecology of pollinators and the pollination services they provide. Much of our research uses pollinators and pollination as a model system for testing ideas about the relationships among global environmental change, biodiversity, and ecosystem function. We are also beginning several newer projects on the community ecology of plant-pollinator networks, and on pollinator restoration.

Lab links and news

Postdoc Dan Cariveau testifies before the New Jersey State Legislature about native pollinator bills, June 2014!

Congratulations to Ph.D student Molly MacLeod for being awarded an EPA STAR Fellowship and passing her Ph.D preliminary exam with flying colors, May 2014!

Congratulations to incoming Ph.D student Michael Roswell for being awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, April 2014!

Congratulations to incoming Ph.D student Colleen Smith for receiving both an Excellence Fellowship and a Presidential Fellowship from the Rutgers University Graduate School, April 2014!

See our recent cover articles in PNAS & Ecology Letters

I am a faculty member in ecology for F1000, an editor for Ecological Applications, and a scientific advisor to the Xerces Society

Winfree Lab 2014, left to right below: (standing) Rachael Winfree, Molly MacLeod, Sean Griffin, Dan Cariveau (sitting) Faye Benjamin, Bethanne Bruninga-Socolar, Tina Harrison. Not pictured: James Reilly