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Matthew Aiello-Lammens

  • Assistant Professor
  • Pace University - Pleasantville-Briarcliff Campus
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Research interests

Invasion BiologyConservation Biology

About

I'm an Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Science at Pace University. My current research projects are in the areas of Community Ecology, Quantitative Ecology, Conservation Biology and Invasion Biology, but my research interests are very broad. A common theme in my research is that I develop analysis tools and techniques that help answer questions in conservation biology and ecology. Currently, I focus on particularly challenging aspects of both community ecology and population modeling, including appropriately modeling biological processes such as density dependence, and addressing computational challenges such as carrying-out efficient sensitivity analyses.

Co-authors (90)

Publications (5)

  • <scp>Wallace</scp> : A flexible platform for reproducible modeling of species niches and distributions built for community expansion

    • Kass J
    • Vilela B
    • Aiello-Lammens M
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  • Using global sensitivity analysis of demographic models for ecological impact assessment

    • Aiello-Lammens M
    • Akçakaya H
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  • Erratum to Biological invasions: A field synopsis, systematic review, and database of the literature [Ecology and Evolution, 3, 181-196] DOI: 10.1002/ece3.431

    • Lowry E
    • Rollinson E
    • Laybourn A
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  • Tracking shifting range margins using geographical centroids of metapopulations weighted by population density

    • Watts M
    • Fordham D
    • Akçakaya H
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  • CNS response to a thermal stressor in human volunteers and rats may predict the clinical utility of analgesics

    • Borsook D
    • Pendse G
    • Aiello-Lammens M
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Pace University - Pleasantville-Briarcliff Campus

August 2015 - Present

Post-doc

University of Connecticut

September 2013 - August 2015(2 years)

Graduate Student

Stony Brook University Department of Ecology and Evolution

September 2007 - August 2014(7 years)

Lab Instructor and Teaching Assistant

Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University

September 2007 - May 2013(6 years)

Graduate Research Assistant

Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University

September 2009 - September 2012(3 years)

Research Assistant / Data Analyst

McClean Hospital

June 2005 - August 2007(2 years)

Education history

Ph.D.

Stony Brook University Department of Ecology and Evolution

September 2007 - April 2014(7 years)

B.A.

Columbia College, Columbia University

September 1999 - May 2003(4 years)