scott.a.taylor [at] colorado.edu
I'm the PI of the Taylor Lab and the Director of the CU Boulder Mountain Research Station, which are both awesome jobs. Research in my group is focused on using natural hybrid zones and recent radiations to understand the genetic bases of traits involved in reproductive isolation, population divergence, and speciation, and the impacts of anthropogenic change, including climate change, on species distributions, interactions, and evolution. We're fascinated by natural history and the intersections between art and science, and we're committed to doing our part to increase diversity and make our community inclusive and supportive.
To stay up to date on Taylor Lab happenings follow me on Twitter: @Dr_Scott_Taylor
To stay up to date on Mountain Research Statioin happenings follow @MtnResStn
Watch Scott's RIO Faculty Fellow's Community talk, “Contemplating Evolution: Why Making Spaces to Be Curious was Important for This Gay Scientist", here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXuLpeIcb5g
Listen to Scott's Storycollider from Evolution 2019: Stories from outside the distribution
Watch Scott's TEDx Boulder talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72P4IwPoeP8
See Publications tab.