Wildlife Professor Shares Genetics Expertise at International Conservation Meetings

Monday, September 26 2011

Lisette Waits, professor of wildlife resources, recently gave two keynote addresses in Europe. She spoke on the topic of molecular genetics tools and techniques for improving management of wildlife and game species at the International Union of Game Biologists meeting in Barcelona, Spain, and discussed contributions of non-invasive genetic sampling and landscape genetics to the conservation of wildlife populations at the 8th International Conference on Behavior, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife, in Berlin, Germany.