Nicole Kinlock, Ph.D. (expected 2018)

Research Associate

Nicole Kinlock is an ecologist with particular interest in species interactions and statistical analysis. Her dissertation work involves characterizing plant communities as networks to generalize plant community structure, as well as studying how network structure influences community dynamics and biological invasion in particular. She received her B.S. in Biology from Rochester Institute of Technology. At Applied Biomathematics, she is currently working on population modeling to determine how competition influences the impact of invasive species.

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