Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN): Training in Quantitative Ecology

GAANN: Training in Quantitative Ecology  (P200A150101)

Program Director: Catherine Pfister

Administrator: Audrey Aronowsky
Phone: 2-3891
Fax: 2-0037

Openings: 0 Predoctoral, 6 Postdoctoral

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowships are available to students pursuing degrees in Quantitative Ecology. These grants, provided by the Department of Education, seek to support students undertaking the challenge of using modelling, statistics, and computation to understand and solve environmental problems. This program emphasizes quantitative problem solving and aims to prepare students to study climate science with cutting-edge techniques.

Training Faculty

  • Pfister, Catherine: Population Ecology
  • Allesina, Stefano: Theoretical Ecology
  • Cobey, Sarah: Disease Modeling
  • Dwyer, Greg: Quantitative Ecology
  • Pascual, Mercedes: Complex Systems
  • Price, Trevor: Evolutionary Ecology
  • Wootton, J. Timothy: Community Ecology
  • Bergelson, Joy: Molecular Ecology
  • Coleman, Maureen: Microbial Ecology
  • Gilbert, Jack: Microbial Genomics
  • Kronforst, Marcus: Evolutionary Biology
  • Pruett-Jones, Steven:  Behavioral Ecology
  • Kotamarthi, Rao: Computation
  • Rzhetsky, Andrey: Computation
  • Stein, Michael: Spatial Statistics
  • Wang, Mei: Statistics
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