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dr. Joseph Johnson
Joe is the PI of the lab. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky in 2012, after which he completed his post-doctoral training at Bucknell University. Joe has been an Assistant Professor at Ohio University since 2016. He is broadly trained as a mammalogist, a physiological ecologist, and a conservationist.
M.Sc. student (2016-2018) studying population dynamics of little brown myotis in Yellowstone National Park.
M.Sc. student (2017-2019) studying habitat use of eastern red bats in southeastern Ohio.
M.Sc. student (2018-2020) studying bat community occupancy across Yellowstone National Park.