Lilianna Wolf joined the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute in August 2017 as a research associate. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences from Texas A&M University in 2016. After graduating, she gained experience in the field and laboratory before returning to College Station, TX. Lilianna works with graduate students on a state-wide project assessing the susceptibility of Texas bat species to White-nose Syndrome. Their monitoring work has proven important to our understanding of the progression of this disease in Texas caves and susceptibility among bat species. In the future, she hopes to begin a graduate program and extend her career in ecological research.
In her free time, Lilianna enjoys traveling, hiking, and spending quality time outdoors.