Jamie BotschLab Manager
BS Environmental Science (Highest Honors), Emory University
I am particularly interested in the forces that shape species interactions and community dynamics. I love the breadth of work conducted in our lab and working with our graduate students! In addition to my work with the Brosi lab, I have spent the last two summers in Mývatn, Iceland studying the population dynamics and trophic relationships of midges.
Botsch, J.C., S.T. Walter, J. Karubian, N. González, E. Dobbs, and B.J. Brosi. 2017. “Impacts of Forest Fragmentation on Species Diversity of Orchid Bees (Apidae: Euglossini) in the Chocó Biodiversity Hotspot of Northwest Ecuador.” Journal of Insect Conservation.
Honors and Awards
- Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society – 2015
- Honorable Mention, Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium, Emory University – 2014
- Jerry G. Lester Grant Recipient –2014
- Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory Grant Recipient – 2014
- Curry T. Hayes Award, Oxford College of Emory University, Department of Biology – 2014
- Geology Department Award, Oxford College of Emory University – 2014