I’m an evolutionary ecologist, focused primarily on how human impacts on the environment are reshaping the evolutionary dynamics of life on Earth.
In spring of 2015 I finished my doctoral research at Stanford University, which was co-advised by Gretchen Daily and Elizabeth Hadly. (See the The Center for Conservation Biology and the Hadly Lab Website to follow the work of these groups.)
In January 2016 I started a position as an EEB Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto, working jointly with the Mahler lab and the Fortin lab to better understand how the evolutionary history of Anolis lizards has influenced their abilities to withstand anthropogenic changes in the modern era.
Contact me at frishkol*at*gmail.com
Follow me on twitter @lofrishkoff