About Simone B. Soso
The focus of my research is on chemical characterization of tiger marking fluid in order to aid in conservation of the tiger species. This work focuses on the interactions of tigers and their markings and how environmental factors play a role in sustaining them in the ecosystem.
|2018 - Present||AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow, National Science Foundation|
Animal Science and Environmental Science
Honors and Awards
- George Washington Carver Fellow, Iowa State University, 2010–2013
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Diversity and Multicultural Travel Grant, Iowa State University, 2013
- EnSci Professional Development Grant, Iowa State University, 2012, 2013
- Dean Klecker Global Agriculture Graduate Scholarship, Iowa State University, 2012
- Golden Key International Honour Society Leadership Scholarship, 2011
- Graduate Research Assistantship Match, Iowa State University, 2010–present
- Golden Key International Honour Society, 2009
- National Science Foundation Travel Award, 2005
- Delta Tau Alpha Honor Society, 2004
|2016||PhD in Environmental Science, Iowa State University|
|2009||MS in Animal Health Science, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University|
|2005||BS in General Agriculture (Animal Science), University of Maryland Eastern Shore|
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
Animal Ethochemistry (8)
Determining an optimal method for the detection of odorous volatile ...
Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Conference Proceedings and Presentations (2012)
Chemical communication plays an integral part of conserving tigers. Tigers, elephants, lions, and many other mammals use marking fluid (MF) ...