Interspecific interactions are a basic aspect of life on earth. I am broadly interested in the causes and consequences of coevolution between species like host and symbiont or predator and prey. My research explores (co)evolution at the cellular/molecular interface of species interactions to understand broader patterns of ecological diversity in species interactions. I currently study Wolbachia, the most common endosymbiont in nature, as postdoc in the Cooper lab at the University of Montana  


Michael T.J. Hague, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher 
michael.hague [at] mso.umt.edu

University of Montana
Division of Biological Sciences
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812