Bonnie Gulas-Wroblewski

Postdoctoral Research Associate

bonnie.gulas@ag.tamu.edu (713) 548-4718

Bonnie is a post-doctoral research associate for the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute.  She works directly with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other state, federal, tribal, and private partners to conduct Species Status Assessments for species of conservation concern. These scientific analyses serve as the foundation for policy decisions under the Endangered Species Act (e.g., listing/de-listing, permitting, Habitat Conservation Plans, and recovery planning). 

Prior to joining NRI, Bonnie completed a doctorate in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences with a graduate certificate in Applied Biodiversity Science from Texas A&M University, where her research focused on molecular epidemiological surveillance for zoonoses in Texas skunk species within a One Health framework. She concurrently received a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from The Bush School of Government & Public Service, Texas A&M University. Bonnie earned a bachelor of science degree in Geology and Geophysics from Yale University.