Multidisciplinary approaches
to species conservation and management

MOORE LAB

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WELCOME

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

Welcome to our newest grad students!

Aug 30, 2021

We have three new grad students joining the lab this fall! Big welcome to Faith Kuzma, Marianne Kelso, and Emilio Mancero!

Two new papers

May 28, 2021

Former graduate student Nathan Kudla published his Master's research on spatial genetics of massasaugas in Ecology and Evolution! Also former grads Danielle Bradke and Joe Altobelli published a 'side project' (we love a good side project!) on bottleneck detection methods and their application for reptiles. Check it out!

New paper on black bear landscape genetics

February 2, 2021

Jen and colleagues at MSU recently published a paper in Ecology and Evolution comparing the use of different landcover datasets for landscape genetic analyses. Check it out here!