Liz Koziol

Postdoctoral Researcher
Primary office:
35 Takeru Higuchi Hall


Academic degrees
Ph.D., Ecology, Indiana University, 2016
B.S., Biology, Indiana University, 2007

Program affiliation
Bever/Schultz Laboratory

Areas of specialization
Plant-microbe interactions, mycorrhizal fungi, grassland restoration

Prior to graduate school, Liz worked as manager of a plant evolution laboratory at Indiana University. She works in collaboration with the Land Institute, and her postdoctoral work is funded by the Perennial Agriculture Project Research Fellowship Program through the Malone Family Land Preservation Foundation. Liz's business, MycoBloom, sells mycorrhizal fungi for use in prairie restoration.


Please see Liz's publications on Google Scholar.


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