Global Conservation Lecture: Dr. Healy Hamilton

Presented on: October 30th at 7:00 PM EDT

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Join us for the Inaugural lecture in the Global Conservation Lecture Series featuring Dr. Healy Hamilton.    

Dr. Hamilton is Chief Scientist at NatureServe and will deliver a talk entitled, “Precision conservation at the scale of a nation.”  In this inspiring presentation, Dr. Hamilton will explain groundbreaking efforts to integrate modern computing together with decades of biodiversity data and a national network of species experts to produce an unprecedented map for preventing extinctions. 

Dr. Hamilton is a biodiversity scientist with graduate degrees from Yale and the University of California, Berkeley, and extensive field experience in the tropical forests of Latin America. At NatureServe, Dr. Hamilton leads a staff with expertise in ecology, zoology, botany, conservation, data science, and information management.