Understanding our environment

Rondy J. Malik

NSF Post-doctoral Researcher
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Summary

Academic degrees
Ph.D., Ecology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2019
M.Sc., Evolution, Ecology and Behavior; Indiana University, 2016
B.S., Biology, University of Massachusetts-Boston, 2013


Program affiliation
Bever-Schultz Laboratory
Ward Laboratory


Areas of specialization
Plant-microbe interactions and trophic ecology


Background
Originally from Mattapan, Mass., Rondy is a first-generation Haitian-American. His research interest spans the realm of applied and basic ecology. His past research topics have included population structure of a non-indigenous weed, microbial bioprotection of crops, microbes in trophic ecology, and wood decomposition in eastern mixed hardwood forests. Currently, Rondy is interested in unraveling ways in which elements of global change may impact microbes and plant secondary metabolites.


Publications
Please see Rondy’s publications on Google Scholar.

Additional web presence:
Researchgate profile
LinkedIn


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