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Marianne Moore

  • College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
  • School of Life Sciences

Marianne Moore is an ecological scientist who studies the relationships between wildlife and microorganisms which can cause diseases like White-Nose Syndrome, an emerging fungal disease that affects little brown bats across North America. Moore is part of research team studying bat populations and ways to control the impact of WNS thanks to funding by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. She is also establishing a research program in Arizona to study the history of bats, their biology and the relationship between nutrition and immunity to mitigate or eradicate WNS.

Moore is an assistant professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. In 2013, she was awarded a National Institutes of Health-funded postdoctoral fellowship through the Stony Brook University Institutional Research and Career Development Award. 

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