Nathalie Sommer

PhD Candidate

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Greeley Memorial Lab
370 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT


MPhil Yale School of the Environment 2021
MESc Yale School of the Environment 2019
BS College of William & Mary 2017



Nathalie applies ecological stoichiometry to scale the consequences of evolution directly from individuals to ecosystems. She works on topics ranging from intraspecific variation and plasticity, to the role of predators in ecosystems. Driven by her dual interests in individual variation and ecosystem holism, she also writes about ethical frameworks in conservation. Nathalie is currently a PhD Candidate in the Schmitz Lab.

For more about her research, please see her website