Ecological interactions among species represent a major source of biodiversity. I am broadly interested in the evolutionary processes that shape diversity of interactions between species like symbiont and host or prey and predator. My research explores (co)evolution at molecular and cellular levels—at the interface of species interactions—to understand what drives broader patterns of diversity among populations and species. I am currently a postdoc in the Cooper lab at the University of Montana studying the endosymbiont Wolbachia and its Drosophila host species. 


Michael T.J. Hague, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher 


University of Montana

Division of Biological Sciences

32 Campus Drive

Missoula, MT 59812