PhD, Biology, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 2010
BS, Biology, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 2005
Evolutionary ecology, aposematism and color mimicry in insects
Dr. Wilson is broadly interested in the history and future of biodiversity and in the biotic and abiotic drivers of evolution, with a particular emphasis on aposematism, color mimicry, and arthropod conservation. Much of his research has been focused on understanding diversification and patterns of biodiversity in desert-adapted bees and wasps.