Simon Stump

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Postdoctoral Associate

Simon is a theoretical ecologist who research focuses on species coexistence and predator-prey interactions. He received his PhD from University of Arizona and spent time as a postdoctoral researcher at Michigan State University before moving to Yale. In the Comita lab, Simon is continuing his theoretical work on the role of natural enemies in promoting species coexistence by using models to examine how host specific soil pathogens can promote diversity in species rich tropical tree communities via the Janzen-Connell hypothesis.