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Center for Population Biology (CPB)

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2010 Seaweed Workshop at the Bodega Marine Lab. (Jackie Sones)

Membership > Center for Population Biology


Established in 1989, the CPB facilitates and coordinates multidisciplinary research and training programs among a diverse group of scientists who study the genetics, ecology, and evolution of populations, and how these populations interact with each other.

Currently, our membership includes 46 faculty representing nine academic departments and three colleges, 16 postdoctoral scientists, and 58 graduate student affiliates.

This unique assemblage of researchers from many disciplines has positioned the Center for Population Biology as one of the premier research and training programs in ecology and evolutionary biology in the world.

Faculty Membership

Postdoctoral Associate Membership

Professional Research Associate Membership

To accommodate non-faculty titles such as Staff Research Assistant, professional researcher, and lecturer on campus.

Graduate Student Affiliate Membership