Welcome to the blog of the University of Pittsburgh Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology Disease Ecology class. Here you’ll find posts from students on issues relating to ecology, disease, policy, conservation, and overall scientific issues. Please take a look and enjoy!

About the instructor:

Shane M. Hanlon, Ph.D.
Sharing Science Specialist, American Geophysical Union

What’s an Earth and space scientist doing teaching disease ecology?

From Shane: I’m actually trained as a conservation biologist with specialties in disease ecology and toxicology. My position at AGU is focused on science policy and communication, where I provide scientists the tools and expertise to communicate their science to diverse audiences, from policy makers to community groups. 



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