Daniel F. Doak
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Most importantly, the students in the Doak Lab work on a wide array of topics, most of them not directly linked to Dan's work. Past students have worked on topics as diverse as raptor-rodent interactions, honey bee-bumble bee competition, parasitic plant ecology, exotic tree diseases, and behavior of aposematic beetles (see our former students page). Current lab members are similarly broad. All students in the lab tend to pursue side-projects in addition to their dissertation work (as does Dan).