Current Degree: MS
Joined Lab: 2018
BS: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida (2015)
Research Interests: Lorna has worked on projects studying breeding chronology, movement ecology, disease ecology, and population ecology of birds and mammals for non-profits and state wildlife agencies in Florida, Colorado, and South Africa. She has studied human-elephant conflict through Save the Elephants in both Sri Lanka and Kenya. Her MS research will focus on mammal ecology in South Africa.
Background & Other Interests: Lorna enjoys outdoor activities, exploring natural areas in the US and abroad, painting and crafting, beekeeping, and (as a native Floridian) taking day trips to her favorite beaches.