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About Lise M. Aubry

I am originally from Southern France and received a BS and MSc degrees from the Universite Paul Sabatier in Toulouse. I conducted my dissertation work at the Max Plank Institute for demographic research (Rostock, Germany) where I studied life history trade-offs and senescence in vertebrates. I then moved to Utah State University to pursue postdoctoral research with a focus on wildlife management and human-wildlife conflicts. I was appointed Assistant Professor in 2015 and expanded my research program to include climate change research and impacts on wildlife. 


Present Assistant Professor, Department of Wildland Resources, Quinney College of Natural Resources, Utah State University Quinney College of Natural Resources, Wildland Resources
Present Research Assistant, Utah State University

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • Center of Woman & Gender, USU - 2014 & 2012
  • Berryman Institute Postdoctoral fellowship
  • MPIDR PhD scholarship

Contact Information

Dept. of Wildland Resources & the Ecology Center
Office: NR 356
5230 Old Main HIll, Logan


Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications (18)

Books / Contributions to Symposium / Book Chapters (2)

Advisor - Student Works (1)

Posters / Video (3)