Lydia Beaudrot

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Member since: December 18, 2013

Title: Postdoctoral Associate

Coordinating Unit Role: Postdoctoral Associate

Institution: Conservation International

Area of expertise and Interest

Research Core Areas: Modeling/Synthesis
Research Discipline: Community ecology, Conservation biology, Plant-Animal Interactions
Research Region: Global
Research Organism: Terrestrial Vertebrates


I am an ecologist and conservation biologist currently working as a postdoctoral associate with the TEAM network and Conservation International. I worked with Andrew J. Marshall in the Graduate Group in Ecology and the Department of Anthropology at University of California, Davis for my PhD. Prior to graduate school, I worked at Harvard as a research assistant for a professor studying orangutans for two years and as a field assistant collecting behavioral data on white-faced capuchin monkeys on the Lomas Barbudal Monkey Project in Costa Rica for one year. My undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies and Anthropology is from Middlebury College.