to species conservation and management
Welcome to the research laboratory of Dr. Jennifer Moore at Grand Valley State University. Our research focuses on the spatial ecology, population demographics, and conservation genetics of at-risk species. We aim to understand the factors that impact movement, functional connectivity, and population viability by focusing on research questions that can be applied directly for conservation and management. (Photo credit above: Eric McCluskey)
LATEST NEWS FROM THE LAB
April 15, 2019
Carly Brouwers was recently awarded a NASA Michigan Space Grant Consortium fellowship for her urban turtle project. Way to go, Carly! We also have a new undergraduate joining the lab. Isabel Thompson was recently awarded a prestigious Beckman Scholarship to work on Galapagos lava lizard spatial genetics. Congrats, Isabel!
Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference
January 31, 2019
The lab recently attended the Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, in frosty Cleveland, OH! Eric McCluskey and Nate Kudla both gave presentations in the massasauga symposium and Arin Thacker and Eve Choi both presented posters. Great job everyone!
Two new publications
October 12, 2018
Congratulations to lab alum Danielle Bradke on the acceptance of two of her Master's thesis chapters! One will be published in Copiea and the other in Journal of Herpetology.