During her PhD at PMI, Morgan will combine her experiences in bat research, genetic research and tropical dry-forest conservation. She will be investigating the seasonal dynamics and landscape ecology of bat communities in the highly fragmented Tumbesian and Marañon dry-forests of Peru.
José’s research focuses on improving our understanding of anthropogenic effects on wildlife at the landscape and species level. He uses landscape analysis and DNA metabarcoding to shed light on the ecology and habitat requirements of understudied bat species.
After working at PMI as an undergraduate researcher, Roxanne graduated from NAU with a degree in biology and became a full time staff member in 2009. Her main duties include maintaining compliance in the PMI SA BSL3 Facility.