Welcome to the Johnson Lab
We seek to understand how individual behavior and local interactions between individuals influence population level patterns in the context of infectious disease ecology, population ecology, and behavioral ecology. Our primary tools are mathematical and statistical models. For more information on some previous and current projects, visit my research page.
I am hiring a postdoc to model bioenergetics and foraging strategies of Antarctic albatrosses. The position is available starting May 1, 2014. Details are available HERE.