Rachel Olsson Postdoctoral Research Associate, Hopkins Lab
Education: Ph.D. Entomology, Washington State University; B.S. Agricultural Sciences * B.A. Community Food System Development, The Evergreen State College
Interest: Several projects including exploring honey bee overwintering, pollination in blueberries, and how honey bees and wild bees interact in agricultural settings.
Education: Ph.D. Molecular Virology, Jawaharlal Nehru University; M.S. Biotechnology, Visva Bharati University; B.S. Human Physiology, Surendranath College and University of Calcutta
Interest: Molecular and biochemical and physiological aspects of plant-insect virus interactions
Education: Ph.D. Biology, Wesleyan University; M.S. Biology, Central Connecticut State University; B.S. Ecological and Evolutionary Biochemistry, Central Connecticut State University
Interest: Insect Food Web Interactions and the consequences for ecological communities
Education: Ph.D Rey Juan Carlos University, M.S. Rey Juan Carlos University, B.S. Complutente University
Interest: The effects of environmental changes on biodiversity
Education: PhD University of Illinois
Interest: Honey Bee Health
Vera Pfeiffer, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Crowder lab, FSHN 358E
Education: PhD Environment and Resources, University of Wisconsin – Madison; MS Geography, Oregon State University; BAs Biology and International Relations, Boston University
Interest: Spatial and temporal processes in ecology, Landscape genetics, Ecosystem services, Influence of landscape management and heterogeneity on ecological communities
Education: Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, M.S. University of California, B.S. Northern Arizona University
Interest: Identification of mechanisms of insecticide resistance in pest insect populations.