Ecology Experts

Daniel Simberloff

Gore-Hunger Professor of Environmental Studies

Daniel Simberloff is one of the world’s leading experts on invasive species.


Sally P. Horn

Chancellor's Professor in Geography, Director of the Initiative for Quaternary Paleoclimate Research, Co-director of the Laboratory of Paleoenvironmental Research

Sally Horn uses sediment cores and other natural archives to investigate Quaternary climate change and human-environment interactions in the circum-Caribbean region and southeastern US.


Louis Gross

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Director of the Institute for Environmental Modeling (TIEM), Director of the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS)

Louis Gross is professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and mathematics, director of the Institute for Environmental Modeling, and director of the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis.


Gary McCracken

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Director of the Center for Environmental Biotechnology

Gary McCracken researches population biology, molecular ecology, animal behavior, conservation biology, and the ecology of infectious diseases.