Dr. Rachel Mallinger

Assistant Professor, Pollinator Ecology and Conservation

Dr. Rachel Mallinger is a pollinator ecologist focusing primarily on native wild bees. She is interested in the basic biology of native wild bees, their response to anthropogenic disturbance, and their role in the pollination of both crop and wild plants. A major focus of her research program is to integrate approaches from landscape ecology and community ecology to better understand pollinator community dynamics and plant-pollinator interactions at multiple spatial scales. She conducts research in a variety of ecosystems, including natural, agricultural and urban, with the overarching goal of informing pollinator conservation and improving pollination services. For more information about Dr. Mallinger and her lab, please visit: www.rachelmallinger.com




Assistant Professor, Pollinator Ecology and Conservation