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Brooke Maslo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

My research centers on understanding the evolutionary, behavioral and physiological mechanisms underpinning the ability of populations to persist in the face of significant environmental change. Novel pathogens, biological invasions and climate change, coupled with the pressures of continued human modification of natural systems, challenge species’ fitness at both the individual and population scale. I routinely combine quantitative, molecular, remote sensing, and field-based approaches to explore these fundamental questions. My work contributes to our understanding of basic science; however, I strongly believe in the value of effectively translating scientific research into practical, evidence-based directives to equip stakeholders with appropriate decision-support tools to advance conservation and sustainability objectives.


Dr. Maslo on Google Scholar and ORCiD

Curruculum Vitae