Sarah Hurley

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut


I am a BS/MS student studying biodiversity and conservation biology in the Garcia-Robledo lab at the University of Connecticut. My research interests focus on conservation biology and how to reduce anthropogenic consequences on the environment. Particularly, I am interested in studying how these effects cause changes in survival and adaptation in insects and other invertebrates, and how overall ecosystems are impacted by this.


Garcia-Robledo lab website


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