Arthur Menezes

We are so happy to welcome Arthur to the lab and to the wider Disease Group, as of autumn 2020. Arthur brings profound expertise on experimental evolution of hosts and parasites — he is therefore at once a patient soul and a motivated scientist! We’re looking forward to his next project, as it develops, and suspect that he may also choose to hone his theory skills while in graduate school.


2020 - now
Graduate Student in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University

2016 - 2020
B.S. in Biology with a minor in Global Health
Emory University


President's Fellowship, Princeton University
Darrell Stokes Biology Department Award, Emory University

Additional Publications

P. Signe White, Angela Choi, Rishika Pandey, Arthur Menezes, McKenna Penley, Amanda K. Gibson, Jacobus de Roode, Levi Morran. 2020. Host heterogeneity mitigates virulence evolution. Biol Lett 16: 20190744.