Jennifer A. Moore

Welcome to my website! I am a conservation biologist and molecular ecologist in the Biology Department at Grand Valley State University. My research and teaching interests are broad, and include landscape genetics, behavioral ecology, conservation genetics, herpetology, and population and spatial ecology. I am particularly interested in amphibians and reptiles because of their unique life history characteristics, and their globally imperiled status.

Here’s my CV


Courses I teach @ GVSU


NRM 320 Introduction to Natural Resource Systems (Winter)

BIO 480 Herpetology (Fall)

BIO 470 Conservation Biology (Fall)

Jennifer A. Moore, PhD

317 Henry Hall

Biology Department

Grand Valley State University

Allendale, MI 49401

Contact information:

Phone: 616-331-8764


Latest news from the lab …

· We’ve wrapped another season of massasauga field work. There’s a real need for some long-term datasets for our Michigan populations, so Pierce Cedar Creek Institute has been extremely supportive of meeting that goal!


· The box turtles are slowly hatching. The cool summer has put a lag on everything. Here’s hoping we don’t have to wait until spring for some of our nests!


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