Collaborators and Interdisciplinary Approaches

Most of our projects involve close collaboration with other scientists, who bring expertise from a variety of fields. The various toolboxes that our colleagues have form the cornerstone of interdisciplinary research and interdisciplinary graduate and postdoctoral training.

Allan Carroll

Univ. British Columbia

Population Dynamics

Brian Aukema

Univ. Minnesota

Population Dynamics

Biometry

Monica Turner

Univ. Wisconsin

Landscape Ecology

Phil Townsend

Univ. Wisconsin

Landscape Ecology

Satellite Imagery

Bill Mattson

USDA FS

Plant Defense Theory

Root Herbivory

Dan Herms

Ohio St. Univ.

Plant Defense Theory

Jo Handelsman

Yale Univ.

Bacteriology

Joerg Bohlmann

Univ. British Columbia

Biochemistry

Nadir Erbilgin

Univ. Alberta

Insect Ecology

Cameron Currie

Univ. Wisconsin

Bacteriology

Barbara Bentz

USDA FS

Insect Ecology

Pat Tobin

USDA FS

Population Dynamics

Landscape Ecology

John Reeve

Southern Illinois Univ

Insect Dispersal

Nancy Gillette

USDA FS

Pheromones

Susan Paskewitz

Univ Wisconsin

Tick Ecology and Infectivity

Jun Zhu

Univ. Wisconsin

Statistics

Kier Klepzig

USDA FS

Symbiosis

Diana Six

Univ. Montana

Fungal

Ecology

Murray Clayton

Univ. Wisconsin

Statistics

Rick Lindroth

Univ. Wisconsin

Plant Chemistry

Barbara Illman

USDA FS

Plant Pathology

Peter Reich

Univ. Minnesota

Tree Physiology