Adam Siepielski Lab               The University of San Diego


I am interested in the causes, consequences, and maintenance of biological diversity. My research integrates studies on (1) how interactions between species evolve and persist, (2) what factors promote and constrain coevolutionary processes, (3) how interactions structure multispecies communities, and (4) which mechanisms promote the long-term maintenance of biological diversity.

I teach courses in organismal diversity, ecology and biostatistics.


Community Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Contact information:

Assistant Professor

Department of Biology

University of San Diego

5998 Alcala Park

Email: adamsiepielski(at)

Phone: 619-260-7711