Research in my lab crosses multiple disciplines, including ecology, physiology, behavior, evolution, and conservation. My students, postdoctoral fellows, collaborators and I employ a wide variety of methods, ranging from traditional fieldwork to transcriptomics.
In the North American research program, efforts are focused solely on understanding and attempting to mitigate the deadly White Nose Syndrome (WNS), an emerging infectious disease of bats. Click here for more information on WNS and our efforts.
In South Sudan and Uganda, we conduct biodiversity surveys, studies of disease ecology, and participate in conservation efforts. Click here for more information on our efforts in Africa.
The new Zooniverse “South Sudan Biodiversity Cam” website for citizen scientist coding of our camera trap pictures is live! Volunteer now!
I am also the managing editor of the Mammal Species of the World project. Click here for more information.