Assistant Unit Leader - Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
After finishing his Ph.D., David served as a post-doctoral Researcher at the National Wildlife Research Center for nearly 5 years. A majority of his research explores spatial ecology of various species throughout the U.S. using GIS to further our understanding of wildlife presence/absence, nutrition, and disease.
David's primary research interests have focused on using various modeling techniques to understand spatial ecology of disease in ungulates in various regions of North America. He also uses stable isotopes to understand movements, nutritional ecology, and effects of invasive species on native non-game species at the landscape level.
David teaches graduate courses in spatial ecology, movement analyses, home range estimation, and disease epidemiology.
Assistant Unit Leader, Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, 2011-
Education and Certifications
Ph D Oklahoma State University 2006
MS University of New Hampshire 2000
BS SUNY - College of Environmental Science and Forestry 1995