My research career has focused on understanding the impact land management has on bats and their insect prey. Given the global ubiquity and ecological significance of insects, as well as the primary role that predators such as bats play in depredating insects, these trophic linkages are important and in need of increased depth and breadth of study. My students pursue a wide variety of field and lab-based projects. I am interested in conducting research with undergraduate and graduate students alike. If you have an interest in my lab’s work, or would like to inquire about joining the lab, feel free to call or email!
Department of Biological Sciences
Eastern Kentucky University
Office: Memorial #183
349 Moore Building, 521 Lancaster Avenue
Richmond, KY 4047