Current lab members
Parker is a MS Student working on conservation criminology in Africa. Stay tuned for more information about his research project and efforts to build evidence for action!
Aalayna is an undergraduate research assistant majoring in Zoology at Michigan State University. In the lab, Aalayna is investigating the role that gender plays within urban bushmeat trafficking. She has intentions of pursuing graduate school and investigating the overlap between wildlife crime and other forms of illicit trade.
Hannah Eberhard is an undergraduate student. She is in the Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, concentrating in Conservation Biology. She is also pursuing a minor in Conservation, Recreation, and Environmental Enforcement.
Check out her Handshake Link here.
Helen is a post doctoral research fellow working on Gender dynamics of Wildlife Trafficking in Africa. She has passion for Environmental Law and Policy development/enforcement, Conservation Education and Environmental rights.
Incoming lab members
-To be Announced-
Former lab members
Ronak is a PhD student and graduate research assistant working on improving the efficacy of furbearer trapping in Michigan.
Learn more about Ronak…
Dr. Julie Viollaz
Julie is a Wildlife Crime Researcher collaborating with me on a community-based conservation criminology project in three Vietnamese protected areas.
Learn more about Julie…
Sarah is a Technical Specialist in Wildlife Trade for Fauna and Flora International
Learn more about Sarah…
Dr. Jessica Kahler
Jessica is an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida.
Dr. Michelle Lute
Michelle is a Wildlife Coexistence Campaigner at WildEarth Guardians.
Bret is the Program Manager at the Stewart L. Udall Parks in Focus Program.
Rachel is a PhD student in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University
Mark is a PhD student in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University