Research Goal: Throughout my research, I aim to understand how humans are altering the most diverse places in the world. Specifically, I study how these anthropogenic forces impact microbe-plant interactions.
Who I am:
My name is Camille Delavaux. I just defended my PhD at the University of Kansas in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. I am starting a post-doctoral position at ETH Zurich in the Crowther Lab with Dr. Colin Averill. Currently, I work on several projects looking at microbe-plant interactions and human impacts on these interactions. Learn more about my current projects by clicking on the project tabs above. I love traveling, reading, laughing, exploring, painting, running, cooking, and learning. I love being challenged, taking risks, and asking questions.
Terrestrial Ecology Presenters at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Master's Research Colloquium