Paul Armsworth’s research aims to inform biodiversity conservation strategies and management of ecosystem services.
Paul Armsworth researches conservation and theoretical ecology, combining ecology and economics to improve the effectiveness of conservation programs.
Michael Blum focuses on disasters and infectious disease; coastal protection and restoration; and conservation of freshwater resources.
Jessica Budke researches the development, evolution, and function of plant structures.
Jennifer DeBruyn researches the impacts of biodegradable plastics on soil health and the decomposition of vertebrate mortalities.
Annette Engel specializes in understanding the nature and extent of microbial activities in geochemical reactions.
Nina Fefferman applies insights from her research to design practical, real-world strategies for epidemic/pandemic preparedness and response.
Orou Gaoue studies conservation biology, demography, and plant-human interactions.
Xingli Giam specializes in conservation ecology and global environmental change.
Tom Gill develops sustainable agriculture programs with partners around the world.