Ramona Flatz

Lab Member Spring 2007-Spring 2010

Currently Research Technician at Willamette College

RESEARCH INTERESTS during lab tenure
During her time as a master’s student with the Gerber lab, Ramona was interested in using genetic tools, such as microsatellite loci, to look at population structure and dynamics.  She examined relatedness between individual sea lions in rookeries in the Gulf of California and how that correlated to the aggregation of individuals within a rookery.

Ramona has experience with DNA analysis, microsatellite analysis, demography monitoring, large mammals, carnivores, and wetlands. She served as Laboratory Manager with the University of Idaho, Department of Fish and Wildlife, in Moscow, Idaho.