IAB Life Science Hour Seminar Series

Name:Robin Russell
USGS National Wildlife Health Center
Title:Quantitative applications in ecology: uncooperative critters and data slaying
Date:Friday, 26 February 2021
Host:Shawn Crimmins
About the Speaker:

Robin is a Research Statistician at the National Wildlife Health Center. Her work focuses on the development of models to evaluate population and community level effects of emerging diseases on wildlife, predict the spread of disease and estimate spatial patterns of disease risk. Her education includes Ph.D. Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, 2003; M.S. Zoology, Colorado State University, 1999; B.A. Biology, Reed College, 1995. Professional experience includes Research Statistician, US Geological Survey, 2010-Present; Biometrician, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks 2008-2010; Ecologist, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station 2006-2008; Postdoctoral Ecologist, Montana State University and US Forest Service, 2004-2006.

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Beginning in 1966 and continuing today, IAB hosts a weekly seminar for faculty, students, staff and the public during the academic year. The series attracts life scientists from Alaska and around the world.

If you wish to meet with a particular speaker, please contact one of the seminar coordinators, Diane O'Brien and Shawn Crimmins, or the IAB director's office at 907-474-7649.

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