The Tulja lab works on a wide range of questions about populations.
Evolutionary Ecology and Genetics including stochastic population dynamics, life history evolution, stage-structured population dynamics, mark-recapture analyses, phenotypic dynamics, and evolutionary dynamics
Human Demographic Change and Contemporary Societies including aging, mortality change, sex-ratio bias, social security, pensions and retirement
Prehistory and Human Evolution including the demography of early agricultural populations in Hawaii and elsewhere, and the evolution of hierarchies such as chiefdoms and states
Biodemography of Lifespan in plants and animals (including humans), and in social organisms such as honeybees.