Current Funding

2020–2023. $1,047,214 ($404,450 to UTA). PI: Dr. Adam Leaché; Co-PI: Dr. Sonal Singhal, Dr. Matthew Fujita. Collaborative Research: Measuring the durability of a continental biota. National Science Foundation.

2020-2021. $239,477. PI: Dr. Corey Roelke; Co-PI: Dr. Matthew Fujita. Assessing taxonomic and genetic diversity in the Western Hognose Snake (Heterodon nasicus). Texas Parks and Wildlife.

2019-2021. $858,202 ($369,375 to Fujita). PI: Dr. Adam D. Leaché (University of Washington), Co-PI: Dr. Matthew K. Fujita. NSF-IOS-PMB: Collaborative Research: Epidermal gland evolution and the origins of structural and chemical signal diversity. National Science Foundation.

2017-2021. $714,992. PI: Matthew Fujita; Co-PIs: Dr. Rayna Bell and Dr. Jeffrey Streicher. NSFDEB-NERC: The evolution of visual systems during major life history transitions in frogs. National Science Foundation (DEB).

2017-2021. $867,402. PI: Dr. Todd Castoe; Co-PI: Dr. Matthew Fujita, Dr. Stephen Mackessy. Collaborative Research: Systematics, introgression, and adaptation in Western Rattlesnakes: a model system for studying gene flow, selection, and speciation. National Science Foundation

Previous Funding

2015-2019. $670,797 ($426,122 to Fujita). Co-PI: Dr. Adam D. Leaché (University of Washington. Mechanisms of diversification in West African Rainforest Amphibians and Reptiles. National Science   Foundation (DEB 1457232).

2017-2018. $19,695. PI: Fujita; Co-PI: Mr. Kyle O’Connell. Dissertation Research: Co-estimating species responses to Pleistocene climate change using comparative phylogeography of closely related flying frogs across the island of Sumatra. National Science Foundation. This is a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant.

2016-2017. $57,555. Subcontract from the University of Texas at Austin. PI: Fujita; Co-PI: Dr. Corey   Roelke. Contract Addendum to RFP No. 207h: Supplemental Research for the Spot-tailed Earless Lizard (Holbrookia lacerata).

2015-2017. $130,880. Evaluating the species level status, population genetic structure, and connectivity among populations of the spot tailed earless lizard (Holbrookia lacerata). Texas Parks and Wildlife.

2015-2017. $16,993. Co-PI: Alex Hall. DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Origins of parthenogenesis in the common checkered whiptail. National Science Foundation (DEB). This was a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant.