Megan Fritz

Associate Professor
3126 Plant Sciences Building
Ph.D., Michigan State University (Entomology and Ecology, Evolution and Behavior)

Megan Fritz is an associate professor in the Department of Entomology.

Her research lab uses cutting-edge molecular and computational approaches to quantify the impacts of human activities on genomic variation in arthropod species, particularly crop pests.

Fritz's research also considers the downstream consequences of rapid adaptive changes for both agricultural productivity and vector-borne disease transmission.

She received her doctorate from Michigan State University. Fritz has a dual degree granted by the Department of Entomology and the Program in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior.

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