Jason Munshi-South


Members of the Munshi-South lab at Fordham University are interested in the behavioral, ecological, and evolutionary impacts of large-scale human disturbance on wild vertebrate populations. Current lab projects are primarily focused on understanding the evolutionary implications of urbanization for wildlife in New York City. We study urban populations as model systems of rapid microevolution, but also aim to provide data for urban conservation and restoration efforts.

Ecology Evolutionary Studies Genomics

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Associate Professor

Fordham University
Biological Sciences

Louis Calder Center-Biological Field Station

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